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1. The government has taken measures to restrain inflation.
2. We took measures to undergird the ship.
3. Today the city government has taken measures to prevent a repetition of last year's confrontation.
4. Teachers have no choice but to take measures to protect themselves.
5. The authorities took measures to roll commodity price back.
6. The government must take measures, he said, to halt the country's slide into recession.
7. The authorities took measures to prevent tax fraud.
8. The government has had to take measures to halt the population explosion.
9. Some companies are taking measures to improve this situation .
10. It is important to take measures to avoid the risk of fire.
11. The designation compels the state authorities to take measures to ensure the fish's survival.
12. Not everyone feels this way, though, mostly because they've taken measures to make changes in their lives.
13. Colin Fountain says they've taken measures to stop thieves getting in.
14. She succeeded by taking measured steps towards her goal, and because she already had people experience from her sales job.
15. So he took measures after the season to help avoid injuries.
16. And the tests they took measured how well they had learned to do these tasks.
17. During the process of internationalization, the enterprises should take measure to reduce the political and economic risk.
18. I began to take measure. A few seconds later[sentencedict.com], the American cockroach was squeezed to death in my hand.
19. China should realize these problems and take measure to solve them so as to make faster and more steady development in international service cooperation.
20. The government must take measure to guide the price of land agent .
21. We take measure for inhibition interference by power supply system and signal wire and ground wire etc. Using digital filter in software through isolate, screen, filter and ground connection etc.
22. The next step is to take measure of where you have control.
23. "We do stop and take measure of people who are offended," Brown said. "People who say it is difficult actually seeing the Taliban when we've lost someone to the war.
24. Will he give an assurance that a future Conservative Government will take measures further to encourage savings?
25. This may sometimes be the result of lack of information and reluctance on the part of the carers to take measures to correct this.
26. His job was made all the more easier by drivers who hadn't bothered to take measures to stop people like him.
27. It is systems engineering to adjust religion to socialism. To take measure based on the religion itself is not only possible but also necessary.
28. This essay pass through compare of foreign realize circulation economy take taxation policy,[sentencedict.com] analyse our country exist question of in this territory take measure at present.
29. In order to adapt to the energy needs under the new situation, this paper suggests to take measure of the energy-saving attestation, and to promote the development of energy conservation.
30. By means of the plumbago and the led in the copper base slide, and take measure of high strength plumbago of exterior bilateral to develop to lubricate it, the idea makes a good lubricative effect.
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