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Could they be any more prevalent than they are now,—bearable only because we are calloused to them?

We may trust to it for even making the study of Greek more prevalent than it is now.

But the first-named element is more prevalent than the second.

Are cases of assault on women any the more prevalent on that account?

No other design is more prevalent than the last, which may be found in all parts of these rugs.

Crime has been more prevalent since this lynching than ever before.

In fact, they are more prevalent just now than they were when you came over.

The rank of general is more prevalent in England than in Russia.

Dissatisfaction with conditions was wider and more prevalent then ever before.

Such study must, in the future, become more and more prevalent.