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1. Such a move is rare, but not unprecedented.
2. Such policies would require unprecedented cooperation between nations.
3. The enemy mad bombardment caused unprecedented death and destruction in the country.
4. Unprecedented change has been the keynote of the electronic revolution.http://sentencedict.com
5. He took the unprecedented step of stating that the rumours were false.
6. The air crash caused an unprecedented number of deaths.
7. The ceremony was disrupted by unprecedented heckling and slogan-chanting.
8. The scheme has been hailed as an unprecedented success.
9. Each home boasts an unprecedented level of quality throughout.
10. The situation is unprecedented in modern times.
11. Crime has increased on an unprecedented scale.
12. In an unprecedented action, the army, on its own initiative, arrested seventeen civilians.
13. There were unprecedented scenes of violence in the city's main square.
14. In 1987 the Socialists took the unprecedented step of appointing a civilian to command the force.
15. The early 90's finds an unprecedented tide of rural workers flooding into big cities in China.
16. This century has witnessed environmental destruction on an unprecedented scale.
17. In an unprecedented action, the army, on its own initiative, arrested seven civilians.
18. Footballers launched an unprecedented crusade against racism on the terraces.
19. We are now witnessing an unprecedented increase in violent crime.
20. This sparked an unprecedented international aid effort.
21. Volunteering a wager was unprecedented, therefore highly suspicious.
22. Truman had unprecedented power at his fingertips and a program for the world that he believed was self-evidently good.
23. The 1991 World Cup generated unprecedented interest in rugby union and planted the sport firmly in the top league of spectator sports.
24. Morris' description of how he spent unprecedented millions of dollars on polls and advertising is both stunning and disturbing.
25. Under the last Government, debt rose to unprecedented levels, which was essentially postponed taxation on future generations.
26. However, during the late 1960s a dramatic and unprecedented increase in public concern for the environment occurred.
27. For two years prior to 1987 there was unprecedented industrial action by teachers which seriously dislocated the educational service.
28. But the damage it could do is spurring the Gulf states into unprecedented efforts to protect their shallow, near-landlocked waters.
29. He finally persuaded Bolton to sell, but the asking price was an unprecedented ￡13,000, twice the previous record.
30. Unemployed or still at school, often unaccustomed to budget discipline, young people now have unprecedented opportunities to outspend their means.
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