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Primary anemia is that which progresses without apparent cause.
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As civilization progresses and new inventions are created, the demand for natural resources will increase.
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The dinner, as it progresses, assumes the air of a big family party of good bohemians.
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From this state it progresses by successive stages, each of which has some relation in form to a lower class.
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The work progresses very slowly, and does not turn out well.
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This dementia progresses until finally there is a state of almost complete obliteration of the mental faculties.
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He believed that the human race progresses in religion equally with its progress in all other knowledge.
This primitive communism generally disappears as the tribe progresses.
She said to Selina: 'We must plan an expedition next year or the year after, and see how the school progresses.'
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This I fear, as time progresses, will be the fate of many of the compounds that now adorn this part of the city.
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