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This is the core dilemma for conservatives on same-sex marriage: The more widespread its practice, the more accepted it becomes.
In Europe, where fear of GMOs is much more widespread than in the United States, labeling is a common practice.
This suggests that the issue of restoring upward mobility has more widespread resonance than a more narrow race-based approach.Class Issues, Not Race, Will Likely Seal the Next Election | Joel Kotkin | September 7, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Some worry about legalized sex work leading to more widespread sexually transmitted infections.
Water, food and arable land will be more scarce, cities more crowded and hunger more widespread.
In these various modifications, individual totemism is doubtless more widespread than is tribal totemism.Elements of Folk Psychology | Wilhelm Wundt
Perhaps for this very reason that art, not science, has been the Muse they courted, the result has been all the more widespread.The Soul of the Far East | Percival Lowell
Much more widespread, and still much respected, is the view which ascribes a gaseous nature to the substance of the soul.
As they continue to become more reliable, these tags are expected to come into more and more widespread use.Whales, Dolphins, and Porpoises of the Western North Atlantic | Stephen Leatherwood
And her triumphant repulse of the great Athenian expedition against her was of even more widespread and enduring importance.
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