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This experiment is difficult to carry out, however, so that the more accurate methods based on synthesis are used.

It would be more accurate to say that her delegates had a good case to defend.

BelgiumEmile Cammaerts

It is more accurate, if less poetic, to say that an assortment of fruits and vegetables helps to keep us in good health.

Now we could use our eye as the center of the celestial sphere but more accurate than that is to use the center of the earth.

Lectures in NavigationErnest Gallaudet Draper

No man could have formed a more accurate estimate of their respective merits.

Three Months in the Southern States, April-June 1863Arthur J. L. (Lieut.-Col.) Fremantle

Not that the former is frequently any more accurate than the latter.

So that the word "preparedness" would now be more accurate than the authorized word "preparation."

The Whole Armour of GodJohn Henry Jowett

It might be more accurate to say that farce is a better description of the work which is associated with the name of Aristophanes.

They must therefore be the object of what is more accurate than Science, namely, of Intellect.

AristotleGeorge Grote

It would, then, be more accurate to state that all strategic points are not necessarily decisive points.

The Art of WarBaron Henri de Jomini

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