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  • r  advancing in amount or intensity
    she became increasingly depressed

  • The Bush Administration has launched its latest PR offensive to boost support for the increasingly unpopular war in Iraq.
  • Doctors in Europe are increasingly performing hymenoplasties for brides seeking to simulate virginity.
  • Since then the soft-spoken former Princeton professor has been at the helm of an increasingly bold, increasingly unconventional, increasingly controversial effort to keep America's .
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  • St Jerome in The Associated Press
    There's an increasing number of cases where there's no legal fig leaf,Jerome Cohen, a venerable China law expert at New York University who has advised Xue's wife, said in an interview before the verdict. "These are increasingly apparent,...
  • Mark Cavendish in The Associated Press
    A distinctive British foreign policy that is active in Europe and across the world; that builds up British engagement in the parts of the globe where opportunities as well as threats increasingly lie; that is at ease within a networked world and... William Hague BBC News Jun 30, 2010 50800 68420 incredible It's incredible, it's been a long time," Cavendish said of his stage win. "Yesterday wasn't that great for us. I let the guys down."

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