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Seattle also benefited from a preponderance of at-home workers — Amazon and Microsoft were among the first to encourage remote working.
WHO CONQUERED THE VIRUS?NICK FOURIEZOSMARCH 13, 2021OZY
I think it’s safe to say that the preponderance of the evidence indicates that keto diets may indeed be more satiating than some other diets.
But here, as in every place of burial, the vast preponderance of childrens graves is striking.
THE CATACOMBS OF ROMEWILLIAM HENRY WITHROW
A House of Commons was chosen in which the Whig party had a decided preponderance.
It also points out a very characteristic feature of these concerts—namely, the preponderance of the fair sex.
The Free State preponderance among settlers constantly increased.
The Roman Catholic general resolved to employ his preponderance of forces in striking a decisive blow.
Among the birds it really seemed as if the little yellow fellows were in the preponderance.
FRECKLESGENE STRATTON-PORTER
Shakespeare's part in it has been denied; though there is, perhaps, a preponderance of authority for the affirmative.
As a rule preponderance of the interni in hypermetropia leads eventually to convergent squint even in childhood.

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