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1. He came from a perfectly respectable middle-class family.
2. Ballet is essentially a middle-class interest.
3. The magazine is very middle-class.
4. These policies are unlikely to prove popular with middle-class voters.
5. They lived a comfortable middle-class life.
6. He has written a book about middle-class suburbia.
7. They come from comfortable middle-class families.
8. Paula was the product of a sheltered middle-class home.
9. She came from a stable, comfortable, middle-class family.
10. They hold very middle-class values.
11. His informants were middle-class professional women.
12. Politics is still dominated by the middle-class mafia.
13. Reform is popular with middle-class liberals.
14. The middle-class suburbs are growing fast.
15. The area contains a disproportionate number of young middle-class families.
16. Feminism must address issues beyond the concerns of middle-class whites.
17. We drove from middle-class suburbs to a very poor inner-city area.
18. Middle-class pressure for liberal reforms was ineffectual.
18. Sentencedict.com try its best to collect and build good sentences.
19. Such as latch-key kids from middle-class backgrounds.
20. Schools, he argues emphasise and embody middle-class values.
21. Donald Dewar was born into a middle-class Glasgow household.
22. Buchanan has tapped into the wellspring of middle-class angst.
23. But consider what has happened to middle-class managers.
24. Most of his friends were from similar middle-class backgrounds.
25. As in egalitarian feminist psychology, white, middle-class, middle-aged, heterosexual women are the main subjects of woman-centred psychology.
26. The government needs to listen to the voice of middle-class Americans.
27. He is rapidly losing the support of blue-collar voters and of middle-class conservatives.
28. They expressed worry about the district's current budget crisis and its vanishing middle-class work force.
29. There is considerable evidence from the eighteenth century of a new concern with childhood in middle-class ideology and practice.
30. Again, there were considerable variations between the townships, the greatest distinctions being between the working-class and middle-class communities.
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