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Meanings and phrases

greater

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adj.
  1. greater in size or importance or degree

Greater Antilles

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n.
  1. a group of islands in the western West Indies

Greater London

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n.
  1. the capital and largest city of England; located on the Thames in southeastern England; financial and industrial and cultural center; London; British capital; capital of the United Kingdom

Greater New Orleans Bridge

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n.
  1. twin cantilever bridges across the Mississippi at New Orleans

Greater New York

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n.
  1. the largest city in New York State and in the United States; located in southeastern New York at the mouth of the Hudson river; a major financial and cultural center; New York; New York City

Greater Sunda Islands

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n.
  1. a chain of islands including Borneo and Celebes and Java and Sumatra

Greater Swiss Mountain dog

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n.
  1. the largest of the four Swiss breeds

greater burdock

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n.
  1. burdock having heart-shaped leaves found in open woodland, hedgerows and rough grassland of Europe (except extreme N) and Asia Minor; sometimes cultivated for medicinal and culinary use; great burdock; cocklebur; Arctium lappa

greater butterfly orchid

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n.
  1. south European orchid with dark green flowers that are larger and less fragrant than Platanthera bifolia; sometimes placed in genus Habenaria; Platanthera chlorantha; Habenaria chlorantha

greater celandine

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n.
  1. perennial herb with branched woody stock and bright yellow flowers; celandine; swallowwort; swallow wort; Chelidonium majus

greater knapweed

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n.
  1. tall European perennial having purple flower heads; great knapweed; Centaurea scabiosa

greater kudu

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n.
  1. a variety of kudu; Tragelaphus strepsiceros

greater masterwort

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n.
  1. European herb with aromatic roots and leaves in a basal tuft and showy compound umbels of white to rosy flowers; Astrantia major

greater omentum

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n.
  1. part of the peritoneum attached to the stomach and to the colon and covering the intestines; gastrocolic omentum; caul

greater pectoral muscle

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n.
  1. a skeletal muscle that adducts and rotates the arm; pectoralis major; musculus pectoralis major

greater peritoneal sac

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n.
  1. the interior of the peritoneum; a potential space between layers of the peritoneum; peritoneal cavity

greater pichiciego

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n.
  1. of southern South America; Burmeisteria retusa

greater prairie chicken

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n.
  1. the most common variety of prairie chicken; Tympanuchus cupido

greater rhomboid muscle

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n.
  1. rhomboid muscle that draws the scapula toward the spinal column; rhomboideus major muscle; musculus rhomboideus major

greater scaup

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n.
  1. large scaup of North America having a greenish iridescence on the head of the male; Aythya marila

greater spearwort

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n.
  1. semiaquatic European crowfoot with leaves shaped like spears; Ranunculus lingua

greater stitchwort

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n.
  1. low-growing north temperate herb having small white star-shaped flowers; named for its alleged ability to ease sharp pains in the side; stitchwort; starwort; Stellaria holostea

greater water parsnip

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n.
  1. large stout white-flowered perennial found wild in shallow fresh water; Europe; Sium latifolium

greater whitethroat

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n.
  1. greyish-brown Old World warbler with a white throat and underparts; whitethroat; Sylvia communis

greater yellowlegs

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n.
  1. a variety of yellowlegs; Tringa melanoleuca

to a greater extent

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adv.
  1. used to form the comparative of some adjectives and adverbs; more

much greater

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E.g.
  • It was revived in 1942 at a much greater scale.
  • After the event his skill is shown to be much greater.
  • The mass of Eris can be calculated with much greater precision.

even greater

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  • Large calderas may have even greater effects.
  • A second return to Italy brought even greater prestige.
  • Thus Cobb's totals may be even greater than is recorded.

greater part

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  • The greater part has an interlinear Anglo-Saxon translation.
  • The greater part of the book consists of a description of Erewhon.
  • From 1846, he spent the greater part of his life on the continent.

far greater

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  • The episode had a far greater impact in Germany than overseas.
  • Radio has a far greater reach, with 13 private radio stations.
  • Deaths from chest wounds were of a far greater number than other wounds.

greater number

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  • It has a greater number of star spots than the Sun.
  • However, "Champlain" achieved a greater number of passengers.
  • corresponding to higher payoffs) have a greater number of offspring.

greater emphasis

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  • The conspiracy subplot was given greater emphasis.
  • The war years brought a greater emphasis on military training.
  • "Reinhold lays greater emphasis than Kant upon the unity and activity of consciousness.

times greater

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  • This is many times greater than household power supply voltage.
  • In the developed world treatment may be 10 to 50 times greater.
  • Within the 120 km², the effective dose would be up to 13 times greater."

greater success

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  • He had greater success in 1907 entering an 18 H.P.
  • She's just poised for even greater success."
  • He soon found himself achieving greater success in poker than in writing.

greater risk

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  • A combination of cow- and sickle-hocks poses a greater risk.
  • There is, however, a greater risk of side effects with their use.
  • Of the two, Shor's offers the greater risk to current security systems.

greater degree

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  • I realised that to an even greater degree during the course of the book.
  • There has also been a greater degree of politicisation within the Commission.
  • (Ido proper names have a greater degree of flexibility than other Ido words.)

greater numbers

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  • Antony and Cleopatra had greater numbers of troops (i.e.
  • With much greater numbers and heavier weapons, the British Army suppressed the Rising.
  • With greater numbers came more diversity: Black and Hispanic student enrollment increased threefold.

greater control

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  • He also had improved durability as well as greater control over his powers.
  • Match has exhibited powers similar to Superboy, but supposedly had greater control.
  • new trends in consumer demands) earn the highest profits and gain greater control of industry.

greater range

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  • The result was slightly faster ships with greater range.
  • Another attribute was their greater range.
  • The main competitor Radio 538, had a much greater range than Veronica FM.

greater detail

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  • I also explore the world of the Ravensbundmen in much greater detail.
  • He spoke of the "void" in greater detail in volume 5 of the "Matalib".
  • Each frame has greater detail.

greater extent

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  • He is reasonable, but he is to a greater extent suggestible".
  • However, the L-isoform is expressed to a greater extent than the S-isoform.
  • In the 2010s, additive manufacturing entered production to a much greater extent.

no greater

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  • Israel has no greater friend than Cda."
  • Masters and Johnson report ejaculation distance to be no greater than .
  • The draft of vessels using its waterways must be no greater than by law.

greater understanding

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  • Neale commented, "Never have I seen a player with a greater understanding of the game.
  • These epidemics were less fatal due to a greater understanding of the cholera bacteria.
  • Bateson's investigation of learning in birds has led to greater understanding of the neural basis of memory.

greater freedom

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  • Zamfir discovered the much greater freedom for artistic adventure.
  • negligent in the context of allowing greater freedom to young offenders).
  • He condemned granting greater freedom to divorce and the use of birth control.

greater power

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  • Mounted men gave an impression of greater power and numbers.
  • Its greater power allowed an increase of () in the loaded weight.
  • The F9's greater power output, of course, cannot be seen from the outside.

significantly greater

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  • Season 3 takes on a significantly greater serialized format.
  • These figures are significantly greater than current production (375 t in 2016).
  • Currently, the ratio of males to females is generally significantly greater than 1, i.e.

provide greater

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  • They also were willing to provide greater funding for prevention.
  • Dynamic scoping was also meant to provide greater flexibility for user customizations.

greater or lesser

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  • Several cultivars are scented to a greater or lesser degree.
  • The term "alexandrine" may be used with greater or lesser rigor.
  • Different sign language speech communities use fingerspelling to a greater or lesser degree.

greater role

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  • The episode plays a much greater role in Charles Wesley's "Hark!
  • Should Tum try to take a greater role in the raising of the child?
  • In the Disney film, the Dodo plays a much greater role in the story.

greater use

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  • In later years, FM radio saw greater use and the extent of the phone system declined.
  • Eisenhower made greater use of press conferences than any previous president, holding almost 200 over his two terms.
  • The greater use of cards was one of the factors that had already achieved significant increases in VAT collection in 2016.

greater access

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  • Deep roots allow greater access to moisture, which helps in drought periods.
  • It is only during festivals and rituals that all have greater access to mutton.
  • These give fans greater access to public figures such as creators, authors, and actors.

greater autonomy

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  • She argued for greater autonomy for children.
  • This increased agitation for greater autonomy in East Pakistan.
  • Greenland voters approved a referendum on greater autonomy on 25 November 2008.

greater flexibility

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  • The regression of the hind limbs allowed greater flexibility of the spine.
  • Dynamic scoping was also meant to provide greater flexibility for user customizations.
  • As such, one must simply be prepared to use labels such as "line" and "parallel" with greater flexibility.

greater importance

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  • In 1365, Capolago assumed greater importance due to the building of castle.
  • But perhaps of greater importance has been the discovery of two Mendelian traits.
  • Newbold had 6 berewicks within it, and was given greater importance than Chesterfield.

greater amount

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  • Larger wasps have a greater amount of brown pigmented clypei.
  • Possession of a greater amount, however, does become punishable by law.
  • The detailed nature of these sets requires a greater amount of design time than a normal Lego set.

greater good

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  • Eventually, she complies for "the greater good".
  • People that did things for a greater good.
  • He declared that "what I advocate is to commit wrongs in order to achieve a greater good."

greater variety

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  • Spanish has a greater variety of names for the language.
  • They add trees and shrubs to the native forests, "to give greater variety."
  • Independent production composed by 13 songs with greater variety of styles.

greater depth

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  • Financial intelligence includes the ability to analyze the numbers in greater depth.
  • Therefore, the blue channel will have a greater depth of field than the other colours.
  • The artist adds variable color shading to the eyes and particularly to the cornea to give them greater depth.

greater influence

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  • A relative, Betty Davidson, was an even greater influence.
  • The taxonomy is considered to have a greater influence internationally than in the United States.
  • However, she is thought to have been a greater influence on the political development of her sons.

greater interest

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  • "Detinue sur trover" is of greater interest in tort because it covers a more general field.
  • King James I of Scotland (1394-1437, reigned 1406–1437), took a greater interest in naval power.
  • Simon's initial introduction to music was through the drums, but later showed greater interest in the piano.

greater attention

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  • After one of the sessions, Ashe said it had drawn greater attention to disarmament.
  • Birth control pills can extend the half-life of caffeine, requiring greater attention to caffeine consumption.
  • EVM also received greater attention by publicly traded companies in response to the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002.

greater impact

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  • The episode had a far greater impact in Germany than overseas.
  • Valeriano's work as an architect had greater impact than as a painter.
  • Impairing or suppressing articulation causes a greater impact on performance.

greater efficiency

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  • Companies seek ways to draw greater efficiency from their designs.
  • Rice-based solutions are preferred to glucose-based ones due to greater efficiency.
  • It can also ligate blunt-ended DNA with much greater efficiency than "E. coli" DNA ligase.

greater focus

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  • Korean acupuncture uses copper needles and has a greater focus on the hand.
  • Keystone School District implemented a greater focus on digital technologies to be competitive.
  • The mission has a much greater focus on cultural events given Sydney's national prominence in that sector.

greater proportion

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  • A greater proportion of Tianjin cuisine includes rice in comparison to Beijing cuisine.
  • Dublin is home to a greater proportion of newer arrivals than any other part of the country.
  • This may be because of the greater proportion of oxygen exposed to the wine during the bottle process.

greater distance

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  • Seen from a greater distance, a nearly photorealistic image emerges.
  • That is, samples of less weight are able to migrate a greater distance.
  • The lead hand stays at a greater distance from the body than done in modern boxing.

achieve greater

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E.g.
  • This enabled the band to achieve greater recognition beyond their home state.
  • The objective is to achieve greater overall economy, without compromising safety.
  • This system enabled the Indian officers to achieve greater responsibility than their counterparts in regular regiments.

greater chance

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  • Frigates often saw action, which meant a greater chance of glory, promotion, and prize money.
  • Downer cows are encouraged to get to their feet and have a much greater chance of recovery if they do.
  • Escaping tigers are usually killed, while tigers which stand their ground have a greater chance of survival.

slightly greater

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  • The AS-513 mission (Skylab 1) had slightly greater liftoff thrust of .
  • They each have slightly greater mass than the Sun: 107% and 105%, respectively.
  • Other modern equations of only slightly greater complexity are much more accurate.

greater threat

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  • Yet an even greater threat looms.
  • A greater threat than by-catch for small cetaceans is targeted hunting.
  • As leader of the united East, Diocletian was clearly the greater threat.

greater speed

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  • The Spitfire V had an even more greater speed advantage.
  • They are arranged in a curved array, allowing a greater speed of play.
  • The shape of its body is fusiform, allowing it greater speed in the water.

greater accuracy

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  • There are particularly good examples of ammonites which allow greater accuracy in dating the rocks.
  • Limitations of these systems drove the need for a more universal navigation solution with greater accuracy.
  • Rubin and Ford worked with a new spectrograph to measure the velocity curve of edge-on spiral galaxies with greater accuracy.

greater sense

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  • The smaller number of members and staggered terms also give the Senate a greater sense of community.
  • Londoners had a greater sense of community after they had overcome the great adversities of 1665 and 1666.
  • His recent paintings eschew the superstructures and evoke a greater sense of immediacy, playfulness, and narrative.

greater rate

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  • This was the second year of Governor Rendell's policy to fund some districts at a far greater rate than others.

greater weight

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E.g.
  • In this case, the line consisted of a drum of piano wire whilst the lead was of a much greater weight.
  • Power was down to for the 1957 sixth series, with increased torque to offset the greater weight of the later car.
  • Maize is widely cultivated throughout the world, and a greater weight of maize is produced each year than any other grain.

greater awareness

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  • Today, there is a greater awareness of problem gambling in Massachusetts.
  • We aim to inspire greater awareness and best practice in sustainability motor sport standards."
  • The primary nurse is also more alert to medication errors, because of their greater awareness of patient medication outcomes.

greater public

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E.g.
  • However, greater public attention was given to their subject matter.
  • There have been a number of proposals designed to attract greater public attention to the elections.
  • In addition, they hope to foster greater public interest and education in Space Exploration and Research.

greater political

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  • What that means is bringing the police service under greater political control."
  • Because of these reasons and many more, Albanians in Macedonia began to demand greater political rights.
  • Since then there has been greater political alteration in the provincial electoral landscape in Fredericton.

greater level

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  • The port of Bayonne then attained a greater level of activity.
  • Each greater level of assembly has ruling authority over its constituent members.
  • In Ireland, the non-religious have a greater level of education than the general population.

greater transparency

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E.g.
  • Gutheinz is an advocate for greater transparency in NASA.
  • The "Energiewende" also seeked a greater transparency in relation to national energy policy formation.
  • Leading the demands for greater transparency were the Daily Telegraph (Sydney) and the Wild Life Preservation Society.

greater economic

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  • Promoting gender equality is seen as an encouragement to greater economic prosperity.
  • This policy became known as the Grosswirtschaftsraum ("greater economic area") policy.
  • In October 1365, Peter I set sail from Rhodes, himself commanding a sizable expeditionary force and a fleet of 165 ships, despite Venice's greater economic and political clout.

greater share

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E.g.
  • Airbus won a greater share of orders in 2003 and 2004.
  • The players, seeing that the club would receive more money, asked for a greater share.
  • The state took a greater share in the company and assigned two administrators designated by the governor general.

greater effect

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E.g.
  • I simply combined them for greater effect."
  • These particles can be combined with the vocative particles for greater effect, e.g.
  • In turn, the lead oscillator is used to greater effect, reflecting this newfound intensity."

greater distances

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E.g.
  • In winter when deciduous plants are bare eastern cottontails forage in less secure cover and travel greater distances.
  • Air travel is used for greater distances within Germany but faces competition from the state-owned Deutsche Bahn's rail network.
  • Flensburg also offered greater distances, which were necessary for the latest models of torpedoes that had significantly increased ranges.

led to greater

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  • Papal recognition of George III in 1766 led to greater religious tolerance.
  • This led to greater artillery bombardment on behalf of Hezb-e Islami Gulbuddin.
  • This change led to greater autonomy, accompanied by greater emphasis on financial viability.

greater capacity

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E.g.
  • First, each section of road was designed to receive greater capacity of traffic.
  • Another medicinal area is in creating pigs with greater capacity for human organ transplants (xenotransplantation).
  • Generally, organisms with more complex nervous systems have a greater capacity to learn new responses and thus adjust their behavior.

greater protection

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E.g.
  • Place kickers and punters are afforded an even greater protection from being tackled.
  • This was usually done to offer greater protection to the crew in the event of a collision.
  • Condoms may be combined with other forms of contraception (such as spermicide) for greater protection.

greater area

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E.g.
  • Graea was a greater area including Aulis, Mycalessus, Harma etc.
  • This community centre would serve as a social hub for the greater area.
  • Based on historical accounts from the greater area, Koupaki was inhabited before 2000 B.C.

greater portion

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E.g.
  • The greater portion of the range lies within Naval Weapons Station Earle.
  • The railroad was practically a farmers' line, and the greater portion of the receipts were derived from the farmers.
  • On one occasion, while attempting to absorb a greater portion of his adversary's powers than previously, his body disintegrated for a period of time due to the pressure in his cells.

greater strength

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  • Afterward, the tornado lost intensity, after having maintained F4 or greater strength for more than .
  • Although both metals are very soft and ductile, the resulting aluminium alloy will have much greater strength.
  • Borosilicate glass is desired for its greater strength and thermal shock resistance than ordinary soda lime glass.

give greater

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E.g.
  • They add trees and shrubs to the native forests, "to give greater variety."
  • The architectural style was changed and the width increased to give greater rigidity.
  • The bywash channel bridge was replaced to give greater clearance, and the stonework of the bywash channel and the tumbling bay was repointed.

greater depths

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E.g.
  • Females tend to be found at greater depths than males.
  • At greater depths the particle motion becomes "prograde".
  • It can occur at greater depths than "Actinia mediterranea" or "Actinia equina".

greater prominence

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  • In recent years, British series such as "Coronation Street" and "Doctor Who" have been given greater prominence.
  • Along with his younger brother, Prince Woke, Oke was raised to greater prominence when Emperor Seinei died without an heir.
  • "People Need Love" was released in June 1972, featuring guest vocals by the women, who were now given much greater prominence.

greater diversity

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E.g.
  • This made for greater diversity among them than among male monasteries.
  • He has been an advocate for greater diversity in upper-level corporate positions.
  • The publishers mentioned that the more timber and the greater diversity led to more ship building.

gained greater

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E.g.
  • Only recently have these differences gained greater recognition.
  • Stead also published another piece that gained greater significance in light of his fate on the "Titanic".
  • Demogoblin's physical form is killed in a final showdown with Hobgoblin, who has gained greater strength than before.

greater social

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  • Knighthood, in the Columbian model, "valorized individual self-sacrifice for greater social welfare".
  • These websites have allowed greater social interaction between users, creating communities dedicated to 3D printing.
  • This permitted a greater social visibility of LGBT people and culture, with several gay clubs opening from 2002 onwards.

greater recognition

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E.g.
  • Only recently have these differences gained greater recognition.
  • This enabled the band to achieve greater recognition beyond their home state.
  • Kader is a prominent activist working in the fight for greater recognition of children’s rights.

lead to greater

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  • This can lead to greater traffic flow to a website as it reaches a wider audience.
  • Inactivation of one promoter will naturally lead to greater expression of the other promoter.
  • Marc also authored a bill requiring a study to lead to greater enforcement of the James Byrd Jr. hate crime bill.

gain greater

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E.g.
  • An amplifier is a circuit that has a power gain greater than one.
  • Some shooters use both simultaneously to gain greater noise reduction (NRR).
  • Characters earn points during play which are used to gain greater abilities.

greater community

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  • It advocates for services for problem gamblers, their families, and the greater community.
  • The Green Team also works within the greater community with their support of various environmental-awareness campaigns.
  • Children are able to interact with others, the greater community, and through visual art-work and organized community events, share their stories and experiences with the world.

greater length

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  • However, many Alaskan highways of greater length than the Klondike Highway remain unnumbered.
  • Another insulated wire of much greater length was let down to a greater depth into a colder stratum of water.
  • It looks very similar to the rock-boring urchin "Echinometra lucunter", but the dark tips and the greater length of the spines are distinctive.

greater levels

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  • The car also featured slick tyres, and had greater levels of performance, grip, aerodynamics and downforce in comparison to the road car.
  • Bearing in mind many of its geographic and historical factors, dominant social science theory might anticipate greater levels of conflict.
  • Around this same time competitors started to release new four-stroke multi-cylinder bikes with larger engines and greater levels of comfort.

given greater

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E.g.
  • The conspiracy subplot was given greater emphasis.
  • Newbold had 6 berewicks within it, and was given greater importance than Chesterfield.
  • In recent years, British series such as "Coronation Street" and "Doctor Who" have been given greater prominence.

towards greater

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  • Former UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon supported a move towards greater respect for gay rights.
  • Myanmar is transitioning towards greater openness and access to the Internet has grown at unprecedented rates.
  • Such cases have brought legal, media, and popular attention to progression towards greater rights for Parsi women.

greater value

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E.g.
  • Now makers use it to create the appearance of greater value.
  • One MESO is likely to be more appealing, or a greater value, than the other options.
  • In a technologically complex world, this means employing both collaborative tools and a procedural framework to deliver greater value at a competitive price.
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