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1. The doctors are trying to stamp out the disease.
2. The Sanitary Board tries to stamp out the epidemic.
3. We aim to stamp out poverty in our lifetimes.
4. The government must act to stamp out interracial hatred and violence.
5. This new sort of punch could stamp out 3,000 bonnets an hour.
6. The secret police were determined to stamp out the last flickers of academic freedom.
7. The machine can stamp out hundreds of components in an hour.
8. The new legislation is intended to stamp out child prostitution.
9. We must do our best to stamp out the crime of drugs.
10. So that makes it pretty hard to stamp out.
11. Roll thinly and stamp out 16 small leaves.
12. Using a cutter[sentencedict.com], stamp out nine leaves.
13. Pitt was a great philanthropist and wanted to stamp out smuggling, which was rife.
14. Why, then, do so many experts seek to stamp out fear?
15. Is there a strong enough will to stamp out drug abuse?
16. There is no large-scale effort to stamp out the fires because, in most cases, they are burning on private land.
17. They stamp out graffiti, quash drug deals, bust carjacking rings, rescue drug overdose victims, even prevent suicides.
18. It is difficult to stamp out all the crimes.
19. The government has vowed to stamp out political corruption.
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20. Can this kind of machine stamp out plastic toys?
21. They take emergency measures to stamp out crime.
22. Stamp fascism into submission ; stamp out tyranny.
23. The doctors are trying to stamp out the plague by using new method.
24. They can stamp out identical chips by a mass production process.
25. The new machine can stamp out 50,000 coins a day.
26. Action is needed now to stamp out the attacks and make the world's sea route safe from ruthless theives and thugs .
27. If we are to stamp out poverty all, every person will need to make some sacrifices.
28. Mr Bush doubled international military and police aid to stamp out drugs.
29. There were always new battles to fight, new obstacles to uproot, new heresies to stamp out.
30. The British Sports Council is no respecter of privacy or careers as it tries to stamp out the cheats.