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Meanings and phrases
- (comparative of `much' used with mass nouns) a quantifier meaning greater in size or amount or extent or degree; more
- in another and different manner; differently; otherwise
- 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.
- Its publication was interrupted more than once.
- The Amigos occupied the clinic more than once.
- Unlike malaria, it cannot be contracted more than once.
- The entire attack lasted less than half an hour.
- It is less than half a mile from U.S. Route 51.
- This was less than half the number prescribed in 2014.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- She performed in more than thirty films since 1973.
- He appeared in more than thirty films since 1997.
- He appeared in more than thirty films since 1993.
- She appeared in more than fifty films since 1962.
- But flocks of more than fifty birds have also been seen.
- In all, he had more than fifty surgeries.
- when asking a question rather than just "Vous parlez français ?"
- He began to pick his combinations rather than just throw a flurry.
- It also taught her that art was a true vocation rather than just a hobby.
- The company's capital value was more than doubled.
- In the , she more than doubled her majority to 14,115 votes.
- By 2018 residential Solar PV had more than doubled to 2,307 MW.
- Males reach more than twice the size of females.
- Sheehy was elected with more than twice the votes of Parnell.
- Class 27 was more than twice as powerful as the 1950s locomotives.
- She appeared in more than forty films since 1975.
- He performed in more than forty films since 1974.
- He performed in more than forty films since 1971.
- This was more than double the previous payment.
- This figure was more than double that in the new Länder (incl.
- The arms are slender and are more than double the length of the head.
- But more often than not, the standard is compromised.
- More often than not Coyote is a trickster, but always different.
- The Parchamites were urban, richer, and spoke Dari more often than not.
- when producing new sentences rather than simply reading a prepared text.
- At that time, the Japanese beheaded them rather than simply refusing them.
- B1G1 focuses on the impact of giving on people's lives rather than simply amounts donated.
- Why is development so externally driven rather than having an internal basis?
- This means that rather than having a grid of straight lines, the grid instead has curvature.
- Existing printing presses can be used to create the prints rather than having to create a new one.
- Nominees must have been dead no less than ten years.
- The piece lasts less than ten minutes.
- If less than ten players are created, the computer provides the rest.
- The bug was publicly disclosed on Twitter, rather than through proper bug bounty programs.
- The Debian project handles security through public disclosure rather than through obscurity.
- One can see that entropy was discovered through mathematics rather than through laboratory results.
- Sawitzky wrote poetry for more than sixty years.
- He has performed in more than sixty films since 1979.
- They used more than sixty different instruments played all by themselves.
- This schedules processes internally rather than using the Linux facilities.
- It allows a user to navigate a menu hierarchy of commands, rather than using the command line.
- When lecturing, he would write proofs in chalk on a blackboard rather than using overhead foils.
- I am here and it’s more than enough.
- Once was more than enough."
- But you seriously don’t need drugs to lose control, alcohol is more than enough.
- That's having class and more than anything intelligence".
- In case of a war, we will need it more than anything else.
- But more than anything, they loved skiing.
- Self-reliance was now stressed more than ever.
- This case brought him more than ever into national reputation.
- Well-educated European and North American middle-classes read more than ever before.
- The Council of Ministers is composed of no more than fifteen members.
- She is the author/ghostwriter of more than fifteen non-fiction books.
- His books have sold more than fifteen million copies and been translated into twenty languages.
- The literacy rate is 77%, which is higher than average in Nepal.
- Academic results are higher than average, even for the independent sector.
- Their daily intake was up to 100,000 times higher than average intake presently.
- Bonnet enlisted a crew of more than seventy men.
- The genus comprises more than seventy species.
- Rippy has appeared in more than seventy plays.
- The panchayath has a literacy rate of 93.12% which is much higher than national average.
- In Finland, the frequency of the surname was higher than national average in the following regions:
- And most of the time, it's his inner turmoil that beckons you in, rather than merely pushing you out."
- Authors were trying to find a distinctly Canadian voice, rather than merely emulating British or American writers.
- This suggests that the programme of images was newly devised for this volume, rather than merely copying an earlier work.
- On average, female bowheads are larger than males.
- On average, females grow to be slightly larger than males.
- Generally, females are larger than males.
- This also does more than what is in its name.
- Showrunner Peter Gould said, "I don't want to define anything more than what's on screen".
- However, if the promisee provides more than what public duty imposes on him, then this is good consideration.
- A larger than life twelve ton lion stands atop the Roman triumphal arch.
- They all are married, professional, experienced and larger than life characters.
- His expertise in magnificent and larger than life sets has been well appreciated and awarded.
- Rabi also wrote more than twelve children's books.
- Its GXS Trading Grid managed more than twelve billion transactions in 2011.
- This is a fairly common occurrence as such round robins rarely involve more than twelve games per team.
- Males are, on average, 5% larger than females.
- Male round gobies are larger than females.
- Males are slightly larger than females (about 10% in mass).
- NOGO-A is found at higher than normal levels in persons with MND.
- In-ocean aquaculture often produces much higher than normal fish waste concentrations.
- Standard fare A standard fare is a higher than normal fare issued to passengers caught without a ticket.
- Their journey had been much longer than expected.
- The session ended around 6 am, going longer than expected.
- The siege took longer than expected.
- Andy Murray won six titles in the year, more than anyone else.
- He was issued over two hundred patents, more than anyone else at Bell Labs.
- He desires Lívia more than anyone and wants to mutate her into his vampiress bride.
- The song is about finding God rather than relying on his own strength.
- The program is demand-responsive rather than relying on supply-side targeting of the poor.
- It is funded from subscription fees paid by telemarketers, rather than relying on fees by end citizens.
- In this regard Monteverdi fared better than most.
- He states that the series is "better than most sci-fi films out there".
- What’s more, they can sneak around better than most anyone on this list."
- It was planned to be an expanded version of the Vector-R rocket, more than doubling the payload capacity.
- As well, Israel demanded more than doubling of its allocation, from 394 million m³ annually to 810 million m³.
- The 1885 Redistribution Act created seven single-member constituencies, more than doubling Birmingham's representation in Parliament.
- Also, youth turnout higher and senior turnout lower than expected.
- In fact, the results showed a recidivism rate that was 40% lower than expected.
- Ratings were lower than expected given the amount of press coverage the film received.
- This will more than likely also be of HQDC standard.
- Meaning whoever wins is more than likely going to win the City League North.
- This was widely publicized, and more than likely contributed to Obama's landslide victory.
- He performed in more than eighty films from 1964 to 2001.
- He performed in more than eighty films, beginning in 1964.
- He appeared in more than eighty films between 1947 and 2002.
- This Giro was also the first to feature two intermediate sprints per road stage, rather than only one.
- Because Khalatse is about 400 metres lower than Leh, two crops can be grown each year rather than only one.
- Unemployment continued falling, powered by growing industrial production and rising GDP, rather than only seasonal changes from tourism.
- Empiricism values such research more than other kinds.
- Westerners might also get paid more than other expatriates.
- The JetBook Color costs roughly nine times more than other popular e-readers such as the Amazon Kindle.
- Mainly concerned with geometry and symmetry rather than individual expression.
- Galen proposed organs within the body to be responsible for specific functions, rather than individual parts.
- Even the Ruhlmann firm resorted to producing pieces of furniture in series, rather than individual hand-made items.
- Literacy rate of Muthukulam is 95.73% higher than state average of 94.00%.
- Literacy rate of Vazhayur city is 95.79% higher than state average of 94.00%.
- Literacy rate of Champawat city is 91.69% higher than state average of 78.82%.
- Investigators believed that he would inform on suppliers rather than risk ruining a successful music career.
- After consultations with his doctors the decision was made for McAllister to retire rather than risk long-term damage to his body.
- This convinced Brueys that rather than risk an evening battle in confined waters, the British were planning to wait for the following day.
- The property reopened on June 27, 2018, earlier than expected.
- Thus, SunTrust decided to accelerate its plan and sold the Coke shares earlier than expected.
- "María José" was released on November 26 because of the finishing of the album earlier than expected.
- Bangladeshi food is served by course rather than all at once.
- The exams are given at the end of the course, rather than all in the spring of the student's 11th grade year.
- From 1979 to 1982, the number of talabehs in Qom more than tripled from 6,500.
- Under his auspices, the student body at the Bais Medrash level more than tripled.
- In 1969–79 Soviet cruiser numbers more than tripled with ten s and seven s entering service.
- Lundy left town rather than face trial; Greer was acquitted.
- Barley resigned rather than face Armstrong in a primary election.
- On April 6, Al-Jarallah resigned rather than face the no-confidence vote.
- The stigma associated with mental health disorders may do more harm than good.
- But she tends to believe the best in people, a belief that seems to do her more harm than good.
- At the time, many oncologists believed such an approach was too toxic and would do more harm than good.
- The defenders fled to mountains rather than trying to defend the town.
- He failed to make the club the following Spring, and retired rather than trying to latch on with a new team.
- Jujutsu expresses the philosophy of yielding to an opponent's force rather than trying to oppose force with force.
- The criticism arose partly because the system usage was higher than expected.
- Construction bids were far higher than expected, forcing some planned facility features to be cut.
- For example, if inflation has been higher than expected in the past, people would revise expectations for the future.
- It has pulled off this feat by partnering with galleries and auction houses, rather than directly competing with them."
- Shark teeth are embedded in the gums rather than directly affixed to the jaw, and are constantly replaced throughout life.
- A web browser is set to send requests for web content to the proxy server rather than directly to the web server intended.
- Limitatives express no more, no less than what the root number or aggregate specifies.
- Overall, the damage from Rick was significantly less than what was initially anticipated.
- Annual mean temperatures at the surface are currently less than 210 K, significantly less than what is needed to sustain liquid water.
- The solos are excellent and the music is much better than expected".
- The Yemenis would soon discover that this qualification was going better than expected.
- The book became an immediate bestseller, receiving notable praise and selling much better than expected.
- Radiohead played fewer than ten shows in 1991.
- At the beginning, the firm had fewer than ten employees.
- In fewer than ten years their use in better-off homes was widespread.
- This is more of a barrier for women than men.
- In United States, Alzheimer affects more women than men.
- In fact, eight times more women than men contracted the disease.
- It has 80 houses and its condition is better than other areas.
- This conducts sound better than other bones, thus aiding biosonar.
- Etoricoxib given at a dose of 120 mg is as effective or even better than other analgesics that are commonly used.
- The situation was obviously less than ideal.
- The working arrangements with Selznick were less than ideal.
- With a retrolisthesis there is always a less than ideal positioning of spinal segments.
- The lyrics closely follow the plot of the film rather than focusing on romanticism.
- He thinks that Americans are more focused on the images and symbols of religion rather than focusing on the message.
- This time, rather than focusing only on more obscure material, the compilation included several of their most successful singles.
- Gunners rode into action while sitting on the limbers rather than walking beside the guns.
- The feet are adapted to perching rather than walking, and the front toes are partially joined at the base.
- Certain sub-castes are shunned more than others.
- Griffons tend to bond with one human more than others.
- Certain antibiotic classes result in resistance more than others.
- However, the game released a day earlier than planned.
- It reopened on June 27, 2018, a day earlier than planned.
- The government has withdrew its contingent a month earlier than planned.
- "To teach people how to think rather than what to think."
- In other words, "Son of man" was used to say what Jesus did rather than what he was.
- Then it is less costly for the seller to accept money in exchange, rather than what the buyer produces.
- Teewinot Mountain rises more than above Jenny Lake.
- Less than 5% of the island is more than above sea level.
- Substantial areas of The Towans rise more than above sea level, the highest point being at Phillack Towans.
- Cats conserve energy by sleeping more than most animals, especially as they grow older.
- However the title track lifts the whole album and earns it a good three squares more than most of the rest of the album deserves.
- Nobody relished the short-pitched bowling, but Barrington showed his dislike more than most and as a result became a special target.
- The longest holes in the world measure more than long.
- The Berlin Wall was more than long.
- The leaves are no more than long.
- Since that time Washington has appeared on many postage issues, more than all other presidents combined.
- Its 4.5 billion people () constitute roughly 60% of the world's population, more than all other continents combined.
- Ideas from psalms are included, using Psalm 87:2, "The Lord loveth the gates of Zion more than all the dwellings of Jacob."
- Adams retired outright from the bench (rather than taking senior status) on January 2, 1987.
- Simultaneously the studio believes that architecture should remain a backdrop to life rather than taking centre stage.
- Annual commemorations, rather than taking place on 24–29 April, are typically based on the date of Easter, which is a moveable feast.
- Wages in some top men's leagues are significantly higher than other jobs.
- To be able to operate on both lines, the car floors were higher than other tube cars.
- At times, the CBT drop-out rates can be more than five times higher than other treatment groups.
- It is less than long, and lies west of Visokoi Island.
- The hairy stems are generally less than long.
- There is a glandular tip less than long on all three sepals.
- He scored his second less than twenty minutes later to make it 2–0 to the home side.
- However, most peasants who owned land held less than twenty acres, enough to support a single family.
- Mining and manufacturing employ less than twenty percent and only about five percent is dedicated to agriculture.
- It was a title of religious authority rather than political authority.
- This march had fewer than five hundred participants, with religious rather than political overtones.
- Thus, young Francisco was a member of a huge and powerful northern Mexican clan with a focus on commercial rather than political interests.
- Early cannon could also be used for more than simply killing men and scaring horses.
- However, Mathijs says the film must invoke metacommentary for it to be more than simply culturally important.
- Thus the theory of mixed groups involves more than simply combining the results about periodic and torsion-free groups.
- In years with lower than average rainfall, reproduction may not take place.
- The city of Austin has a lower than average percentage of households without a car.
- The month of February had the largest fraction of cooler than average days with 86% days with lower than average low temperatures.