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These boneless or dislocated performers are more numerous in the world than one would imagine.
When his set divides he balances between the two factions as long as possible and elects to go with the more numerous.
BEHIND THE MIRRORSCLINTON W. GILBERT
Investments were offered him too: schemes in town, and schemes—bolder and more numerous—out of town.
ON THE STAIRSHENRY B. FULLER
More and more numerous grew the buffaloes, delaying the boats with their countless herds stampeding across the Yellowstone.
THE CONQUESTEVA EMERY DYE
The players were more numerous at this table than at the former, and generally less genteel in their appearance.
THE SOUTH-WESTJOSEPH HOLT INGRAHAM
They come singing in twos and threes, and sometimes in more numerous bands, as if to keep one another in countenance.
About the posts, under the floor, and also under the platform, objects were more numerous than at other points in the ruin.
The seedlings are more numerous now than formerly, which is attributed to decrease of forest fires.
AMERICAN FOREST TREESHENRY H. GIBSON
They are more numerous in the tribe of the Mouchaas, who speak a language in which words of Teutonic origin have been recognized.
THE PROGRESS OF ETHNOLOGYJOHN RUSSELL BARTLETT
Christians are more numerous in Madras than in any other part of India.