• Studies show that global sugar consumption has risen dramatically from 11 million tons in 1900 to about 145 million tons today.

    VOA: standard.2010.04.25

  • They're focused on beyond that and all the materials and all of the things that could dramatically change the world.


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  • We're in a time period where the economy has changed dramatically in the last few years.


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  • But that figure could rise dramatically, as some 150 personnel are still unaccounted for nearly 48 hours after the quake.

    VOA: standard.2010.01.14

  • So we've now whittled this problem down into half and so we can literally and dramatically throw half of the problem away.


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  • The pace of job losses has declined dramatically in the last year, but nearly 15 million Americans are still out of work.

    VOA: standard.2010.03.02

  • I mean, they have no idea how hard we work, and look at this gigantic split infinitive, to dramatically help.


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  • Republicans are showing no inclination to support President Obama's proposed federal budget for the next fiscal year, which would dramatically boost government spending.

    VOA: standard.2009.03.15

  • And there was the confluence of religion and business and science and all of these things that changed dramatically at about that period of time.


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  • So in that regard,to me, it is dramatically different from the strategy we had in the past,".

    VOA: standard.2009.03.27

  • But there is more to fear than this, simply fear of death, although Hobbes emphasizes and dramatically perhaps overemphasizes this.


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  • Dramatically. So that he went out fishing last summer and he didn't catch a single fish."

    VOA: standard.2010.07.14

  • So, this just shows as the vaccine was distributed, given to more people, that prevalence of the disease dropped dramatically.


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  • And that bouncing around or multiple scattering in between the wires results in dramatically enhanced absorption,"

    VOA: standard.2010.02.19

  • The industry, subprime lending, has grown dramatically over the last ten years and, as you probably know, it's in big trouble now.


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  • Australia is a major food exporter, and if drought dramatically cuts yields, that could cause global prices for grain,meat and other foods to rise.

    VOA: standard.2009.09.03

  • So during the past 10 years, the market actually changed very quickly, very dramatically.


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  • Prosecutor Alan Tieger wasted no time, dramatically launching into the case he intends to present.

    VOA: standard.2009.10.27

  • Interesting. Even though the market seized up very dramatically afterwards and we had some of the most difficult short-term financial consequences of that failure?


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  • McChrystal says his forces will need to do things dramatically differently to stop the insurgency.

    VOA: standard.2009.10.01

  • It grows dramatically because of this global trade in the seventeenth century.


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  • In the last few years Ankara has dramatically improved relations with the region.

    VOA: standard.2010.06.17

  • The point is that in this game in which firms competed in prices, even though there were only two firms in the market, only one firm more than monopoly, we get a dramatically different result than we had last time.


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  • The discovery should dramatically speed up the process of breeding better strains.

    VOA: standard.2010.02.01

  • It turns out though that people will systematically and dramatically view themselves view themselves as better than average.


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  • Since the civil war, the government has increased primary school enrollment dramatically.

    VOA: standard.2010.02.25

  • One of the other things that happened during the twentieth century is that human life expectancy increased dramatically, people started living a lot longer.


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  • Many will need high levels of care. Researchers say that dramatically increasing global life expectancy makes it imperative to find solutions that prevent, delay,slow,and treat Alzheimer's disease and related dementias.

    VOA: standard.2009.12.30

  • Economically identical, but their prices would fluctuate and fairly dramatically.


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  • Yeah, because he just changed the situations dramatically And you could say that Bush continued, etc. But Reagan... Which candidate would do the most to stimulate growth in the years to come, Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton ? or John McCain?


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