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His classification is different from, and more comprehensive than, any other which we have met.

The larger and more comprehensive the environment, the larger and more "massive" the sense.

I'm darned if I ever heard a more comprehensive kind of curse.

The following year a more comprehensive measure was enacted.

The new book is larger and more comprehensive than "Looking Backward."

I hope, at some future period, to speak of it in a more comprehensive work.

He pleaded strongly for more efficient and more comprehensive education.

After all, no definition in his category could be more comprehensive than that.

But the Detroit mechanic had a more comprehensive inspiration.

Training is growing ever more general and more comprehensive.