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Meanings and phrases
- in a gradual manner; bit by bit; step by step
- Those who remained gradually became Muslim.
- She gradually became a leading soprano in the Boston area.
- The buildings in front of Lake Villa gradually became shops.
- It was gradually replaced during World War II by "G.I."
- In Western culture, the codex gradually replaced the scroll.
- Artillery has since gradually replaced the use of frontal troops.
- Andrushivka gradually increased in size and population.
- General aviation activities at the airport gradually increased.
- In-house production of original programming gradually increased.
- Since the 19th century the industrial sector gradually developed.
- There he gradually developed into his party's main speaker on financial affairs.
- The village gradually developed into a suburban area and grew together with Nærum to the east.
- The women's programme gradually expanded to match the men's.
- Construction around the original building gradually expanded.
- He gradually expanded his work to include both shōjo and seinen manga.
- Rumsfeld gradually lost political support and he resigned in late 2006.
- As a result, the aircraft gradually lost altitude and eventually crashed.
- After the fall of the Mughal rule, Ramna gradually lost much of its glory.
- He worked for railroads, and gradually moved west.
- The original Gottschee German inhabitants had gradually moved away.
- Affluent blacks gradually moved into West Adams and Jefferson Park.
- Ottoman Delphi gradually began to be investigated.
- From 1726 Eugene gradually began to regain his political influence.
- Company A fought back and gradually began to destroy the PAVN bunkers.
- The flow of French immigrants then gradually dried up.
- Fran formed on March 4 and then gradually intensified.
- Bradbury then gradually expanded the treatment into the novel over a five-year period.
- Interest in the Cottingley Fairies gradually declined after 1921.
- With the advent of sound in the early 1930s, the benshi gradually declined.
- Yet this discrepancy between female and male adoptees has gradually declined.
- Thereafter, the points gradually become lines.
- Lava has gradually become a favorite tourist destination.
- Snow skin mooncakes gradually become popular in the 1970s.
- But gradually reduced to the agricultural land.
- From 1980 onwards, traffic on the "Ilztalbahn" gradually reduced.
- The requirements for major overhauls gradually reduced, as equipment became more reliable.
- Educational quality is gradually increasing in recent years.
- However, it is again gradually increasing despite the insecurity.
- Underground water resources are suffering from gradually increasing salinity.
- Thereafter, the Castle gradually fell into ruins.
- In the sixties the sidings gradually fell into disuse.
- Embassy Court gradually fell into disrepair.
- His views on slavery were private, complex, and gradually evolved.
- According to Marschall, "Li'l Abner" gradually evolved into a broad satire of human nature.
- The Aramaic verb has gradually evolved in time and place, varying between varieties of the language.
- As Elizabeth aged her image gradually changed.
- This gradually changed with the advent of Christianity.
- According to some authors, he gradually changed his attitude.
- He gradually grew worse until his death on October 17.
- At first patients were scarce, but the practice gradually grew.
- In China frustrations with the government's policies gradually grew.
- The rest of the brigade gradually came up to Cua Ai.
- It gradually came to mean United Arab Emirates.
- After the royal palace was finished in 1451, it gradually came into use.
- Schneider gradually took over the Brillié Company.
- Lars Syberg joined the company in 1931 and gradually took it over.
- He gradually took on a strong leadership role, a trait he worked hard to develop.
- Over two decades, the focus of the school gradually shifted toward post-secondary programs.
- The "mushonge" gradually shifted to a mud walled design ("kiteti") and then a mudbrick design ("banda").
- The most typical traits of Basque literature during history have gradually shifted up to the present time.
- The financial position gradually improved.
- He gradually improved his times in 2009.
- The build quality gradually improved but was never up to the same standard as Volvo's larger models.
- At Tamworth, Roger gradually becomes worse and dies.
- She gradually becomes more open and falls in love with Tidus.
- They spend time together and Kamla gradually becomes fascinated by him.
- ITV1 West of England's regional identity was gradually phased out from 2002 onward.
- In April 2018, the station gradually phased out the Radyo Inquirer brand after 8 years of usage.
- After 1900, they were gradually phased out in favor of the more conventional Consolidation type.
- The French social protection system is gradually becoming universal, covering all individuals.
- Resistance, though, is gradually becoming more common, and demeclocycline is now rarely used for treatment of infections.
- The change goes as planned, but she comes to realize that it has made her not completely human, and she is gradually becoming an elf.
- Nozière was a bright child who gradually became more wayward.
- It started out as a children's cartoon, but gradually became more relevant to adults.
- As fighting escalated between 1982 and 1986, the F-14s gradually became more involved in the battle.
- Government from Madrid was gradually extended to the whole of Spain.
- Research in this area is gradually extended to the field of annotation oral and written language and image annotation.
- As a result, the Tümed Mongols ruled in the Ordos region and they gradually extended their domain into northeastern Qinghai.
- During the 1980s, C gradually gained popularity.
- The bikini has gradually gained wide acceptance in Western society.
- From there they gradually gained the upper Algiers and Oran plains.
- The track was gradually abandoned south from Nelson to Salmo during the 1990s.
- The group gradually abandoned its funk roots and moved into the more commercial pop arena.
- The village was gradually abandoned after the war; in 1953 four houses were still inhabited.
- From around 1860, the opposite western side of the street was gradually built with rental housing.
- The town of Marcos Paz, which gives its name to the partido, gradually built up around a train station, "Estación Coronel Doctor Marcos Paz".
- Over time, houses were renewed by partial demolition and rebuilding on a foundation of rubble, which was how the mound was gradually built up.
- He has said the family was culturally Polish and that Germany only gradually felt like home.
- This contains the office of the seasons of the Christian year (Advent to Trinity), a conception that only gradually grew up.
- In Aristophanes' early plays, the genre appears to have developed around a complex set of dramatic conventions, and these were only gradually simplified and abandoned.
- As her career has continued to mature, McNaught has gradually introduced elements of suspense into her writing.
- Finally the line was refurbished, new vehicles were bought and regular services were gradually introduced on all three lines.
- After 1925, greater flexibility in literacy class structures and attendance within Soviet trade unions was gradually introduced.
- Later that day the system degenerated into a remnant low and gradually weakened.
- It gradually weakened, bypassing Bermuda on September 6 and producing high waves.
- Fran gradually weakened over the next several days over less favorable conditions.
- Fran formed on March 4 and then gradually intensified.
- Andres gradually intensified as it tracked along the Mexican coastline.
- A small system, the hurricane moved generally northwestward and gradually intensified.
- As the new century began, the French police system gradually began to take effect.
- The system gradually organized, developing a weak circulation after wind shear steadily decreased.
- After forming, the system gradually intensified and became a tropical storm early on September 20.
- The building ridge, located east of Japan, gradually turned the storm westward.
- Thanks to coal smoke, the buildings of the large cities of Europe and America gradually turned black.
- The growing influence of the Church during the Middle Ages gradually turned Aarhus, with its bishopric, into a prosperous religious centre.
- The dual number gradually disappeared from Aramaic over time and has little influence in Middle and Modern Aramaic.
- After the discovery of oil in Qatar, most Qataris moved to urban areas and the Bedouin way of life gradually disappeared.
- With the expansion of Islam, polytheistic Arabs were rapidly Islamized, and polytheistic traditions gradually disappeared.