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“So there has always been a conflict between these power-seeking moral reformers and the “lowbrow” culture of saloons, immigrant and black resistance to work, shopping, dance halls, rock-and-roll, and the ever-advancing sexual revolution.”
“There are a wide range of options to choose from and, thanks to ever-advancing digital print and reproduction technologies, the quality is constantly increasing, while the price continues to fall.”
“Still, despite its huge technological advances, its survival continues to rely on peremptory policing of the West Bank, on an ever-advancing shield of antimissile technology, and on the unswerving commitment of the U.S.”
“We may face challenges in "applying the Constitution to ever-advancing technology," but this does not alter "the basic principles of freedom of speech and the press.”
“Me against the ever-advancing hordes, holding out in a fierce last stand, but one doomed to end in marginally less bloody failure.”
“The progress of both science and religion, like two wings of a bird and two different ways of understanding the same ultimate reality, are both important to an ever-advancing civilization.”
“And they say such problems have become common in the industry as companies drill more challenging wells using ever-advancing technology.”
“With kindergarten late-starts and high school red-shirting; with the ever-advancing age at which young people may obtain a driver's license; and the prospect of parent-paid health care until the age 26, we need not fear an empty nest.”
“All the diligent progress in our ever-advancing Western medicine—great drugs, great doctors, great technology—is being steadily undermined by the destructive forces of WHAT WE EAT.”
“The ever-advancing settlements, the bypassing of their country by rail and river, had forced the Plains Tribes back from the limits of civilisation around them, into their heartland, bewildered and angry.”
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