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A stroke of the mallet may be more effective than the sculptor had hoped; but it was intended.

He stopped and although not a trained orator, the pause could have been no more effective.

The question naturally arises: Which method is the more effective?

You must buy The Croak; that'll be cheaper and more effective.

The superintendent had an idea that they might be more effective than a search warrant.

Ah, but they should not cross the stage yet; it is more effective if they remain longer there.

A more effective type of filter is the Chamberlain-Pasteur filter.

They were men of sober, quiet thought, the more effective because there was no bluster in it.

Simple as the new arrangement was, it could hardly have been more effective.

They were so placed that with common management they could be more effective than with rivalry.