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1 Their much vaunted reforms did not materialize.
2 His vaunted new scheme has been shown to have serious weaknesses.
3 Simpson's much vaunted discoveries are in fact commonplace in modern sociology.
4 But what is this vaunted information currency?
5 If Dole figures out how to take his vaunted inside political skills public, watch out.
6 The much vaunted working families tax credit gives ￡207 a week to those with one parent in full-time work.
7 The country's vaunted educational system is not as good as once thought.
8 Nor could the vaunted irrigation scheme be described as an unqualified success.
9 However, their vaunted credentials as representatives of the opposition were questioned by commentators.
10 But now this much vaunted initiative has foundered because there is little or no market interest in redevelopment.
11 Vaunt of one's success .
12 The problem is that to vaunt modernisation, which implies that technological successes will make Russia a great world power again, is to set the wrong priority.
13 No matter how people vaunt an own great activity, they are usually just the outcomes of opportunity, rather than a great intention of result.
14 This was not a mere empty vaunt , but a deliberate avowal of his real sentiments.
15 Surely the economic regeneration of the area was a priority, without which much vaunted training schemes were somewhat pointless.
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17 And the LORD said unto Gideon, The people that are with thee are too many for me to give the Midianites into their hands, lest Israel vaunt themselves against me, saying, Mine own hand hath saved me.
18 For the rest I do not intend to spend more words on this subject in order not to vaunt my own mediocrity above my teacher and master or above the fathers.
19 They pour forth words, they speak arrogantly; All who do wickedness vaunt themselves.