Manx Many-chambered

Many

Meanings and phrases

many

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adj.
  1. a quantifier that can be used with count nouns and is often preceded by `as' or `too' or `so' or `that'; amounting to a large but indefinite number

many a

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adj.
  1. each of a large indefinite number; many an; many another

many an

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adj.
  1. each of a large indefinite number; many a; many another

many another

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adj.
  1. each of a large indefinite number; many a; many an

many years

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  • This had been a vision of Graham’s for many years.
  • He worked as a farmer and mechanic for many years.
  • For many years, it was the longest dinosaur known.

many other

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  • There are many other side streets around the town.
  • There are many other deliberately insulting terms.
  • Knuth's model has many other instructions as well.

many others

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  • Members include Gandi, Alern, FDN and many others.
  • Many Potanos were killed, and many others captured.
  • in phone numbers), acronyms, arrows and many others.

many different

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  • There are many different uses for the dative case.
  • Pornsak has hosted many different genres of shows.
  • These texts teach many different Chakra theories.

so many

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  • There are so many institutions under this diocese.
  • There are so many things that I can not understand.
  • But it can be so many things to different people.

many people

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  • This led many people to rethink their investments.
  • Not many people do, but I do,' [Rory] Cooke jokes.
  • His conversion also brought many people to Islam.

many more

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  • and Backstreet Boys star AJ McLean and many more.)
  • Some examples of these hymns are , , and many more.
  • led many more Kentuckians to enlist for the war.

many times

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  • Alya have said many times that her passion is art.
  • Abu Bakr was persecuted many times by the Quraysh.
  • The offices of the newspaper have moved many times.

how many

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  • It is not clear how many children the couple had.
  • The Germans tried to conceal how many they had killed.
  • how many times the experiment was replicated.

many cases

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  • and so, in many cases, it was given to the princes.
  • In many cases, the entire database is replicated.
  • In many cases, the first sign is a heart attack.

many countries

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  • Rashed served the UN and worked in many countries.
  • The popular Model 3 was copied in many countries.
  • Nagy's plays have been performed in many countries.

too many

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  • I think too many people take their health for granted.
  • Basically, we never used too many microphones.
  • – Because there are too many Caterpillars!"

many ways

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  • There are many ways to enumerate "k" combinations.
  • Urban served the English government in many ways.
  • Orser and Boitano were well-matched in many ways.

many of whom

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  • Dozens of artists went to Bristol, many of whom had never been to Bristol.
  • Congress authorized a uniformed Volunteer Navy, many of whom were British.
  • The village of Ouakam is home to the Lebou people, many of whom are fishermen.

among many

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  • As such, the field was divided among many local favorites.
  • "The Godfather" (1969); among many others.
  • An example among many is the usual representation of graphs.

well as many

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  • had his family as well as many hospital bills.
  • Arabic, Hebrew) languages, as well as many more scripts.
  • as well as many theatrical and musical productions across New Zealand.

many new

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  • Falderman described many new taxa of Coleoptera.
  • RTL promised "many new features and a few surprises."
  • ZYX Records has released many new CD mixes since 2000.

many parts

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  • The Manor is made up of many parts from many eras.
  • This system was used in many parts of ancient Africa.
  • There are names for all the many parts of the orders.

including many

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  • Many people died including many foreign tourists.
  • They attacked all the seaports including many river ports.
  • Over 20 people were injured including many women and children.

many species

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  • Until now, many species could not be isolated at all.
  • There are many species, extant and extinct, including:
  • It is a good habitate for many species of orchids too.

made many

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  • It has made many major Bollywood films since then.
  • He was an able cook and made many kinds of wine.
  • He made many claims scorning women of the night.

many areas

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  • This holds true today, for many areas of the world.
  • In many areas, local extinction is frequent .
  • This is an omnibus act covering many areas.

home to many

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  • Vesuvius and was home to many villas and farmhouses.
  • The town is home to many wineries and vineyards.
  • The island is home to many bird cliff nesting areas.

contains many

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  • The video contains many scenes involving violence.
  • The league contains many of the junior RCSL clubs.
  • It contains many white, filiform spiral threads.

many small

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  • many small island groups surround its beaches.
  • There are many small temples near this temple.
  • Body rugose (wrinkled) with many small conical spines.

many places

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  • Also there are many places where one can eat (e.g.
  • Tradition and custom are celebrated in many places.
  • In many places, the waves reached as far as inland.

received many

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  • Shaoxinggaoji high school has received many awards
  • Lion's Choice has received many awards and honors.
  • He received many award nominations for the film.

many local

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  • During this time, he befriended many local scholars.
  • It contains the graves of many local families.
  • Cape Town has many local community newspapers.

many awards

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  • Shaoxinggaoji high school has received many awards
  • Lion's Choice has received many awards and honors.
  • Throughout its history, ICTV has won many awards.

although many

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  • The official language is French, although many Martinicans speak a Creole patois.
  • This school is still in use, although many additions have been built through the years.
  • Germanium occurs mostly in the oxidation state +4 although many +2 compounds are known.

many members

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  • Rodal died in battle with many members of his unit.
  • It had about as many members as the Central Committee.
  • It is unknown how many members the group has.

many types

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  • There are many types of psychic readings practiced.
  • It is often used in many types of cellular systems.
  • The Brule River is stocked with many types of trout.

along with many

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  • The garage along with many others was requisitioned in the First World War.
  • Gofio is a Canarian food also known by Cubans, along with many other kinds.
  • In the 2010s, the population declined, along with many other towns in Belarus.

wrote many

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  • Bryan wrote many books about Henry Ford including:
  • He wrote many songs for himself and also for others.
  • He wrote many books, none of which has survived.

won many

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  • Throughout its history, ICTV has won many awards.
  • The newspaper has won many Country Press SA awards.
  • The station has won many "best kept station" awards.

many books

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  • Bryan wrote many books about Henry Ford including:
  • McCasland was the author of many books on religion.
  • He wrote many books, none of which has survived.

considered by many

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  • It is considered by many to be their finest work.
  • Karl Marx was considered by many to be a theomachist.
  • He was considered by many as a patriotic nationalist.

many important

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  • Over time they obtained many important privileges.
  • With this, NPO 3FM quickly lost many important DJs.
  • He held many important post in government of India.

many artists

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  • It had a great image and attracted many artists.
  • The song has been covered by many artists.
  • The house is a place of culture and attracts many artists.

found in many

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  • His work can be found in many public collections.
  • Excellent sandy beaches are found in many locations.
  • Surya temples are found in many parts of India.

used in many

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  • It is often used in many types of cellular systems.
  • They are widely used in many electronic devices.
  • It continues to be used in many other countries.

produced many

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  • The school has produced many notable professionals:
  • The island has produced many world-class fencers.
  • She has produced many award-winning Broadway plays.

included many

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  • The pediments of the Parthenon included many statues.
  • The documentary included many other well-known people.
  • The redesign of the Peruvian plates included many changes.

many aspects

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  • Hamilton disliked many aspects of modern life.
  • The Mahadevi goddess has many aspects to her personality.
  • In many aspects, the Agni-5 carries forward the Agni-3 pedigree.

among many others

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  • "The Godfather" (1969); among many others.
  • and Peter Brötzmann, among many others.
  • This new image eventually helped cure Ivan, among many others.

includes many

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  • Swing also includes many spins and underarm turns.
  • It includes many professionals and university graduates.
  • Boyle’s career in public service includes many appointments.

through many

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  • IPTBO can be synthesized through many reaction paths.
  • The book was expanded in 1858, going through many editions.
  • "The Hazard Herald" went through many changes in the 1940s.

because many

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  • This was because many people from his extended family had curly hair.
  • From summer 2012, he played as center because many defenders got hurt.
  • The list is not complete, because many of the earlier holders are unknown.

many notable

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  • There are many notable places in the Skole region.
  • The school has produced many notable professionals:
  • The square has had many notable residents.

many students

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  • "Already she had gathered many students around her.
  • For many students, funding was a severe problem.
  • The school also has many students from abroad.

appeared in many

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  • For Red Stitch he has appeared in many productions.
  • Casa Milà appeared in many satirical magazines.
  • Pooja Bhatt appeared in many bold shoots like Stardust.

many women

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  • In high-income areas, many women hire other laborers.
  • She inspired many women to devote themselves to research.
  • In urban areas, many women and men wear Western-style attire.

when many

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  • Dada in Paris surged in 1920 when many of the originators converged there.
  • The phenomenon of overchoice occurs when many equivalent choices are available.
  • It was a time when many children had rickets and other nutritional deficiencies.

though many

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  • None of the guests died, though many suffered greatly.
  • Each house generally has a tube well though many houses may share one too.
  • Multiple versions of the Actaeon myth survive, though many are fragmentary.
E.g.
  • Participant of many international chess tournaments.
  • It subsequently has had many international productions.
  • The film was also released in many international markets.

many decades

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  • The older khaki uniforms were used for many decades.
  • These directors' works often span many decades and genres.
  • This tradition dates back many decades.

many things

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  • In many things he was just like an innocent child.
  • There are so many things that I can not understand.
  • Not many things are known about Dagmar as a person.

many centuries

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  • The use of the gesture dates back many centuries.
  • Options contracts have been known for many centuries.
  • English folklore developed over many centuries.

many major

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  • It has made many major Bollywood films since then.
  • The next day, the story was in many major newspapers.
  • This being one of the many major bugs faced by the users.

first of many

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  • This was the first of many Schoenstatt Summers.
  • They were the first of many raids on Darwin.
  • It was just the first of many championships.

many works

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  • He also published many works on Indian philosophy.
  • Agrippina has been depicted in many works of art.
  • He translated many works, some by using a pseudonym.

many changes

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  • Carmella underwent many changes during her tenure.
  • There have been many changes since those times.
  • The second edition contains many changes to the text.

many forms

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  • The activism of Hijas de Cuauhtemoc took many forms.
  • It also incorporates elements from many forms of pop.
  • We see it in many forms and apply it to many problems.

many prominent

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  • There are also many prominent heritage buildings along Sparks Street.
  • "Our Mother’s House" received high praise from many prominent critics.
  • It also saw the return of many prominent players from military service.

many critics

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  • Seboko had many critics because she was a woman.
  • "All Is Lost" was listed on many critics' top ten lists.
  • The performance was panned by many critics.

many languages

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  • His verse was also translated into many languages.
  • ALGOL 60 inspired many languages that followed it.
  • His works have been translated to many languages.

many young

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  • This has facilitated the growth of many young players.
  • She mentored many young communists and labor activists.
  • Robinson inspired many young women to join the protest and to fight.

played many

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  • He played many matches as mainly right midfielder.
  • He played many matches as right and left side back.
  • He played many matches as regular player in 2014.

published many

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  • He also published many works on Indian philosophy.
  • He has published many of these photos on the web.
  • He published many articles about technologies.

many fans

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  • The song attracted many fans, which led to F.I.R.
  • Not many fans noticed the championship win.

many children

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  • Taliaferro had many children, several died young.
  • It proved a disaster, and many children died there.
  • It is not clear how many children the couple had.

spent many

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  • She spent many of her early years in Rimini.
  • The National Soccer League spent many years in development.
  • Meanwhile, Jowangsin spent many years underwater as a corpse.

many articles

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  • The editor, Huth, provided many articles on a CD-ROM.
  • He has written many articles in Armenian and Russian.
  • He published many articles about technologies.

many famous

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  • Florida is also the home of many famous actors.
  • There are many famous abbeys across Europe.
  • The cast included many famous artists from various fields.

many cities

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  • They then visited many cities on the North Island.
  • The audio was released in many cities across Tamil Nadu.
  • Griboyedov in many cities of Russia and neighboring countries.

great many

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  • It also killed a great many innocent civilians.
  • This causes a stampede which kills a great many people.
  • Large or fast ships could require a great many boilers.

led many

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  • This led many people to rethink their investments.
  • led many more Kentuckians to enlist for the war.
  • This inaction led many pro-Soviets to question their loyalties.

many occasions

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  • She has worked with her mother Lola in many occasions.
  • The hospital itself came under heavy fire on many occasions.
  • Ensemble, with its new members, performed in many occasions .

many songs

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  • He also composed many songs and much piano music.
  • He wrote many songs for himself and also for others.
  • He also wrote the lyrics of many songs (over 1,000).

caused many

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  • Lightning in particular caused many forest fires.
  • Pascal's results caused many disputes before being accepted.
  • This caused many public complaints by disgruntled Air Guardsmen.

many public

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  • It presents many public shows throughout the year.
  • His work can be found in many public collections.
  • In Australia, Wardell designed many public buildings.

many buildings

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  • In Yuan China, he designed and built many buildings.
  • Red sandstone is used, as in many buildings in Glasgow.
  • Leffland designed many buildings in Victoria.

used by many

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  • Grimaldi's design is used by many modern clowns.
  • Another method is used by many molluscs, themselves.

many thousands

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  • The Suta's son, slew many thousands of other warriors.
  • Koerner produced many thousands of works in his career.
  • It has been used for many thousands of years.

many films

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  • He worked with actor Kamal Haasan in many films.
  • It is one of many films by the French troupe Le Splendid.
  • She has acted many films and televisions in her acting career.

many residents

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  • Haiyuan County has many residents of the Hui ethnicity.
  • In addition, many residents use Highway 75 to commute from and to Winnipeg.
  • But the use of Teladas poisoned the air and many residents became ill or died.

many large

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  • There are many large houses along Dittmer Drive.
  • It still retains many large animals, such as hippos.
  • Alberta is home to many large carnivores.

many men

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  • A beautiful woman, Robins was pursued by many men.
  • He lost many men and returned to his camp at night.
  • They find many men, turned to stone, and food laid out.

many players

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  • Slovakia has had many players in the NHL.
  • In 2000 the club went bankrupt and many players left the club.
  • The Canadian Tour has sent many players on to PGA Tour success.

attracted many

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  • The song attracted many fans, which led to F.I.R.
  • It had a great image and attracted many artists.
  • The work attracted many new residents.

include many

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  • Recommended sports include many standing related sports.
  • Cast and crew include many professionals and volunteers.
  • Nair's works also include many travelogues.

many matches

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  • However he could not play many matches until 2004.
  • He played many matches as mainly right midfielder.
  • He played many matches as right and left side back.

many months

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  • However, the men were not called up for many months.
  • It sailed for many months, changing its name several times.
  • Ged spends many months healing before resuming his studies.

features many

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  • The trail also features many eastern wildflowers.
  • The film features many characters from the show.
  • Dhanvantarivana features many medicinal plants.

many modern

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  • This building would consist of many modern aspects.
  • Grimaldi's design is used by many modern clowns.

many popular

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  • The battle was the subject of many popular prints.
  • There are many popular tourist attractions in the Outback.
  • Tandlianwala has many popular sports like cricket, football and volleyball.

led to many

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  • This led to many songtexts for the same melodies.
  • This led to many years of bitterness on Stannis' part.
  • This led to many collisions on a crossing.

involved in many

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  • Prosper was also involved in many real estate dealings.
  • During the 13th century, sorcery was involved in many deaths.
  • He has been involved in many challenging real estate transactions.

many problems

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  • The model had many problems, and was discontinued.
  • Major flooding in Davenport causes many problems.
  • The team had many problems, and did not do well.
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  • It was published in many other countries as well.
  • It continues to be used in many other countries.
  • 1 in America and many other countries and in the UK it reached No.
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