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More

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n.
  1. English statesman who opposed Henry VIII's divorce from Catherine of Aragon and was imprisoned and beheaded; recalled for his concept of Utopia, the ideal state; Thomas More; Sir Thomas More

more

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adj.
  1. (comparative of `much' used with mass nouns) a quantifier meaning greater in size or amount or extent or degree; more than
  2. (comparative of `many' used with count nouns) quantifier meaning greater in number

more

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adv.
  1. used to form the comparative of some adjectives and adverbs; to a greater extent
  2. comparative of much; to a greater degree or extent

Sir Thomas More

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n.
  1. English statesman who opposed Henry VIII's divorce from Catherine of Aragon and was imprisoned and beheaded; recalled for his concept of Utopia, the ideal state; More; Thomas More

Thomas More

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n.
  1. English statesman who opposed Henry VIII's divorce from Catherine of Aragon and was imprisoned and beheaded; recalled for his concept of Utopia, the ideal state; More; Sir Thomas More

more and more

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adv.
  1. advancing in amount or intensity; increasingly; progressively
E.g.
  • The situation in BdL became more and more chaotic.
  • It developed more and more into a sort of gay-union.
  • It’s beginning to look more and more the case…"

more often than not

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adv.
  1. usually; as a rule; by and large; generally; mostly

more or less

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adv.
  1. (of quantities) imprecise but fairly close to correct; approximately; about; close to; just about; some; roughly; around; or so
  2. to a small degree or extent; slightly; somewhat
E.g.
  • The group escapes shaken, but more or less unhurt.
  • Requisition was nothing more or less than seizure.
  • However, Bavaria was more or less ruled by Arnulf.

more than

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adj.
  1. (comparative of `much' used with mass nouns) a quantifier meaning greater in size or amount or extent or degree; more

no more

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adv.
  1. not now; no longer
  2. referring to the degree to which a certain quality is present; no
E.g.
  • They are small fish, no more than in total length.
  • There can be no more than 60 AMs at any one time.
  • It requires no more than a reporter and a laptop.

once more

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adv.
  1. anew; again; once again; over again
E.g.
  • Strong oppositions shelved the proposal once more.
  • This brings up the matter of economics once more.
  • However, the characters become separated once more.

what is more

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adv.
  1. in addition; furthermore; moreover

much more

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  • RAM was now much more simply upgradable via SIMMs.
  • Other forms of color blindness are much more rare.
  • This stimulates a much more robust immune response.

more races

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  • Earnhardt competed in eight more races until 1979.
  • Papară had participated in a lot more races.
  • In 34 more races, he finished in the top 10.

even more

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  • This holds even more so with stocks, oil and gold.
  • These episodes made me long for Elliott even more.
  • You’d think he would probably need one even more.

more likely

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  • This makes it at least , but appears more likely.
  • They are more likely to be found in wet forests.
  • The latter is more likely according to Roller.

became more

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  • The situation in BdL became more and more chaotic.
  • But they became more active as the war progressed.
  • They "became more Irish than the Irish themselves".

far more

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  • Dolphins are mentioned far more often than whales.
  • Historical navies were far more rigid in structure.
  • He depicts red far more fluidly, yet systematically.

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.

more recent

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  • The sites have not yielded more recent artifacts.
  • The more recent plantings include larch and pine.
  • Some more recent issues are also available at Issuu.

more common

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  • It is more common in women (3.8%) than men (2.5%).
  • It is also more common in less educated Hispanics.
  • Overall the disease becomes more common with age.

become more

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  • Schools have also become more open to LGBT persons.
  • Her choices later become more daring and ambitious.
  • "Part of it is I've just become more libertarian.

more powerful

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  • The Publica SL received this more powerful version.
  • It makes them all the more powerful and beautiful."
  • They also installed a more powerful air conditioner.

more difficult

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  • This made both hitting and fielding more difficult.
  • The situation in Britain was even more difficult.
  • Some of the chapters were more difficult to name.

more complex

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  • The Moon's appearance is considerably more complex.
  • The cause of a surface mottling is more complex.
  • Even more complex is the vision of Valle-Inclán.

more important

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  • He was more important as a teacher than a painter.
  • This is a list of some of her more important works.
  • To me, good works are more important than theology."

more time

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  • In 1975 Toluca won the championship one more time.
  • Van Curtis asked for more time to think about it.
  • From then on he could devote more time to research.

more commonly

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  • This is more commonly known as orbital resonance.
  • Some of the more commonly used are listed below.
  • Microdebris is more commonly referred to as nurdles.

little more

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  • Finishing with 'A little more effort would be nice.
  • "The Nation" was just a little more vocal about it.
  • This proved to be little more than a vain hope.

more recently

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  • Giordano Bruno was more recently added to the list.
  • The term has been used more recently in other contexts.
  • This was used more recently also in monochrome portable TVs.

more often

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  • Dolphins are mentioned far more often than whales.
  • This Indian surname is more often spelt "Duggal".
  • Pencils were used more often for drawing by 1600.

more popular

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  • Many more popular routes are bolted for top rope.
  • One of the more popular mopeds by Sparta was the MA 50.
  • Far more popular was "Bedknobs and Broomsticks" (1971).

more efficient

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  • STCs are more efficient and require less maintenance.
  • Sequencing is much faster and more efficient.
  • An IIR filter can thus be much more efficient in such cases.

more modern

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  • The compositions couldn't be more modern, however.
  • It was brought back in 1989 with a more modern sound.
  • However, the church has some more modern parts as well.

more than half

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  • After five years, more than half are back inside.
  • Slow tunes ... make up more than half the 11 tracks.
  • It spent more than half a year (27 weeks) on the U.S.

more closely

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  • But in POSIX mode, Bash conforms with POSIX more closely.
  • Most of issues are solved after looking the rules more closely.
  • then refine those shapes to more closely resemble the human form.

more effective

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  • It is not known which approach is more effective.
  • Lecithin makes the surfactant mixture more effective.
  • It was replaced by the more effective Sexton.

more people

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  • Many more people have personal podcasts and vlogs.
  • Boylston inoculated seven more people by mid-July.
  • have brought more people to this remote location.

more successful

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  • Kournikova was once again, more successful in doubles.
  • A more successful tactic was to frighten them.
  • 28, although Reddy's version was more successful at No.
E.g.
  • They will be updated when more information coming.
  • For more information visit the Woodland Trust page
  • The Jobcentre refused to give any more information.

more expensive

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  • One cross fitting is more expensive than two tees.
  • It was sometimes more expensive than plate armour.
  • CSST is more expensive than “black iron” gas pipe.

several more

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  • He located several more Olmec pieces in the museum.
  • Francisco was rehired in 2011 for several more years.
  • "Calvin and Hobbes" has also won several more awards.

more easily

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  • This allows it to absorb solar heat more easily.
  • They tend to be more easily found in desert landscapes.
  • In autonomous cars, V can more easily engage in gunplay.
E.g.
  • This more traditional festival celebrates farming.
  • Aquavit’s café is distinctly more traditional in its roots.
  • The Concorde was given a more traditional image than the Vision.

more advanced

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  • An English only track is included for more advanced ESL students.
  • This allows defining functions with a more advanced type behaviour.
  • "Mutant 2" (1986) was an expansion module with more advanced rules.

more general

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E.g.
  • This paved the way for more general theorems.
  • Solutions describing more general black holes also exist.
  • For more general information see FARC-EP Chain of Command.

becoming more

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  • The region changed a lot, becoming more European.
  • The colour is red brown becoming more grey with age.
  • By mid-1984, MDMA use was becoming more noticed.

nothing more

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  • Requisition was nothing more or less than seizure.
  • Paul Booker was nothing more than a cheap crook.
  • If "n" is prime, there is nothing more to prove.

more serious

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  • In 2004-5 more serious slumping episodes occurred.
  • A more serious trouble befell him later in the year.
  • A more serious type of divination is the Kiō-á.

more years

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  • The fourth part moves forward a few more years.
  • On March 29, 2001, he was re-signed for 4 more years.
  • Francisco was rehired in 2011 for several more years.

slightly more

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  • Slovak has slightly more borrowed words than Czech.
  • It attracted slightly more than 29 million viewers.
  • However, they are slightly more expensive to build.

more accurate

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E.g.
  • This provides the ECU with more accurate data.
  • The presence or absence of many markers is more accurate.
  • It is more accurate in 13-limit than 31edo.

becomes more

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E.g.
  • Overall the disease becomes more common with age.
  • But she becomes more unstable as the lie escalates.
  • He becomes more mature as the series progresses.

times more

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  • Marsh also counts the word "nobody" 46 times more.
  • It is over ten thousand times more luminous than the Sun.
  • It is approximately 1.35 times more powerful than pure TNT.

more money

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  • Every time the player wins, they earn more money.
  • He took some pictures and asked for more money.
  • You shall have more money than you will be able to spend!"
E.g.
  • Palatine may also (or more specifically) refer to:
  • Under Tyndall's leadership, it was more specifically regarded as neo-Nazi.
  • The MOT studies the history of techniques, more specifically natural power.

more widely

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E.g.
  • However, the name "Persian" is still more widely used.
  • The ford is more widely known in English as Jacob's Ford.
  • Some of his more widely know contributions are listed below.

made more

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  • In 1934, the ball was made more pointed at the ends.
  • He also noted, "Fouts made more mistakes than Rivers."
  • Regret that I couldn't have made more films.

more frequently

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  • This Council meets more frequently than the Board.
  • Quetzals feed more frequently in the midday hours.
  • Women are more frequently affected than men.

more prominent

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  • Some of Robert-Fleury's more prominent pupils were:
  • Foreign affairs became a more prominent issue by 1935.
  • Bottom-aligned navigation bars are also more prominent.

sold more

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  • The Game of Life sold more than 50 million copies.
  • She has sold more than 4,000,000 singles & albums.
  • He has sold more than 20 million albums worldwide.

more so

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E.g.
  • This holds even more so with stocks, oil and gold.
  • But it was even more so for Muslims."
  • Antenna: Brown except segment 1 yellowish, more so on underside.
E.g.
  • However, space"time" as a whole is more complicated.
  • And yet other more complicated hypotheses exist.
  • his life becomes more and more complicated.

received more

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  • The petition received more than 30,000 signatures.
  • It has received more than 9 million YouTube views.
  • The mixtape received more than 700,000 downloads.

more generally

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E.g.
  • This remark holds more generally in any semigroup with zero.
  • However, more generally places saw maximum temperatures between and .
  • (Slightly more generally, this is true for an upper semicontinuous function.)

more detailed

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  • See SOAPjr Specs for a more detailed description.
  • One of the more detailed ones is www.uboat.net.
  • (See "The Wonder Years" article for more detailed information.)

more than once

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  • Its publication was interrupted more than once.
  • The Amigos occupied the clinic more than once.
  • Unlike malaria, it cannot be contracted more than once.

few more

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E.g.
  • and a few more fellahin huts south of the stream.
  • They released a few more singles and split in 1987.
  • The fourth part moves forward a few more years.
E.g.
  • This is more commonly known as orbital resonance.
  • He was more commonly known as Sam Buss in scorecards.
  • This demographic is more commonly known as Generation Z elsewhere.

more times

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E.g.
  • Santana fought three more times and retired in 1999.
  • The Woolrich's story has been adapted three more times:
  • They played two more times in 1913 and 1914.
E.g.
  • Safety equipment become more sophisticated.
  • Proni frequently introduced new, more sophisticated designs.
  • The book is somewhat more sophisticated in content than "CDB!
E.g.
  • The community consists of significantly more men than women.
  • The Chickasha robbery was not significantly more successful.
  • Nevertheless, Benvenuto left behind significantly more works.

more positive

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E.g.
  • Still others had a more positive view of the title.
  • Most reviews of Walcott's work are more positive.
  • The next season proved to be more positive and Sh.S.
E.g.
  • Unlike in more conservative Germanic languages (e.g.
  • Until then, his political views had been more conservative.
  • Thereafter, it continued to develop in a more conservative manner.

more interested

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  • However, Stu is more interested in dating her instead.
  • However, Betty is more interested in Brooks, Jimmy's butler.
  • He eventually dropped out as he was more interested in acting.

more accessible

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E.g.
  • This made the valley more accessible and popular to tourists.
  • More focus was on the more accessible and fertile coastal areas.
  • The treatment of aneurysms was thus made more accessible and safe.

more active

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E.g.
  • But they became more active as the war progressed.
  • Herbie Rich now played a more active part on the album.
  • Richmond became more active in the field in "Vengeance".

more aggressive

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E.g.
  • The larger the individual, the more aggressive it gets.
  • First, the first-instar soldiers tend to be more aggressive.
  • Males in musth become more aggressive.

more famous

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  • Anyway, the concept of Lord Murugan is more famous.
  • The finale contains one of Haydn's more famous jokes.
  • One of its more famous products is a Bordeaux-type red.

more quickly

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  • Some people will recover more quickly than others.
  • Newer materials are available that set more quickly.
  • The lack of a slider enables the parachute to open more quickly.

spend more

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  • He retired in order to spend more time with his family.
  • So, he sought to stop working and spend more time on things he enjoyed.
  • Bozetta quit the role in late 1998 to spend more time with her daughter.

provide more

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  • External SCSI cabinets could be used to provide more storage.
  • They can provide more individualized attention to their students.
  • It also replaced the cathedral's high windows to provide more light.

more frequent

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  • Labour shortages proved a more frequent problem.
  • In practice "laísmo" is more frequent than "loísmo".
  • However, leaks have become more frequent since 2014.

not more

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  • By 1999 there were not more than 400 Bukhara deer.
  • While the building is long, it is not more than wide.
  • a store) and not more than $1.00 is charged.)

lot more

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  • But it is a moment that foresaw a whole lot more".
  • Like she’s hitting a lot more winners than did I.
  • I wish I could say that about a lot more people."

more severe

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  • If the condition is more severe, it may take many years.
  • He had a more severe one a few days later.
  • Floods became more common and more severe.

more than ten

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  • She has appeared in more than ten films since 2009.
  • It has been translated into more than ten languages.
  • She appeared in more than ten films since 2012.

more stable

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  • In this period, settlement became more stable.
  • Rhombic sulfur is the more stable of the two allotropes.
  • Clearly, the mean is more stable and there is less overfit.

more than twenty

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  • She appeared in more than twenty films since 2003.
  • He appeared in more than twenty films since 2000.
  • She has been making films for more than twenty years.

more power

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  • Still at , it produced more power across the range.
  • He was a strong supporter of giving more power to the King.
  • Over time the Qing government exerted more power over Korea.

more than just

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  • Maradona was more than just a great footballer.
  • Ants use pheromones for more than just making trails.
  • The animals provided much more than just food.

learn more

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  • He is quickly pulled back to reality before he can learn more.
  • He vows to learn more about the house and its overgrown garden.
  • questions like, "what would you like to learn more about this idea?"

more open

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  • Schools have also become more open to LGBT persons.
  • People are more open to what independent means."
  • Eventually Joseph's tomb was once more open to visits.

more specific

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  • Here is a more specific statement to this effect.
  • The role both expanded and became more specific.
  • Their collection then takes on a more specific focus.

more extensive

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E.g.
  • underwent more extensive internal diversification.
  • A more extensive bibliography may be found in Onians.
  • Dawn redwoods were far more extensive as well.

more direct

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  • There is also a more direct construction which we give below.
  • Even more direct bribery was a factor.
  • Agriculture throughout the reserve poses a more direct threat.
E.g.
  • At the rear of the building are more conventional offices.
  • On later versions more conventional toe brakes were installed.
  • The 1886 World Series was more conventional, and was won by the Browns.

more accurately

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  • All of them are more accurately termed "the Praenestine cistae".
  • It became part of West Francia in 843, and more accurately part of Neustria.
  • Despite the connotation of its name, it is more accurately described as ""curling"".

more attention

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  • People should pay PewDiePie more attention."
  • Since 1990s, she has been paying more attention to issues of aesthetics.
  • His wish was carried out and this brought more attention to pecan trees.

larger and more

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  • Female is much larger and more robust than the male.
  • With and , it is both larger and more massive than the Sun.
  • Natal dens are usually larger and more complex than diurnal dens.

bit more

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  • I just need to wait, think about things a bit more.
  • It might be a bit more trouble than its worth".
  • It is situated a bit more than far from the mainland.
E.g.
  • The S-version had a bigger engine and a more comfortable cab.
  • A single floor is more comfortable, but more expensive in land.
  • Lenders, meanwhile, are growing more comfortable extending loans.
E.g.
  • The Moon's appearance is considerably more complex.
  • The psychological blow to the Romans was considerably more painful.
  • 'Rheiny' did considerably more.

more realistic

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  • A more realistic translation might be 'pool' or 'pond'.
  • This would also help to make the action appear more realistic.
  • Subsequent experiments were based on more realistic situations.

get more

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  • Of course the kids are going to get more disruptive."
  • No team can get more than 5 points in a match.
  • He contacts Barry to get more information on Roy Verhagen.

more points

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  • Purdue added 10 more points in the fourth quarter.
  • The faster this is done, the more points are earned.
  • Smaller asteroids are also worth more points.

more suitable

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  • Lytic phages are more suitable for phage therapy.
  • Good quality cages designed for pet birds are more suitable.
  • That is more suitable that you may not incline [to injustice]."

published more

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  • She has published more than 100 scholarly works.
  • She has now published more than a dozen major works.
  • To date, she has published more than 100 books and articles.
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