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  • The long-sustained interest in Terms in Hollywood has some curious aspects, though.


  • From the Man Beast there came a long-sustained and rumbling breath.

    The Green-Eyed Shwemyethna

  • The story of Voltaire's many long-sustained and unflagging endeavors to procure whatever redress might be possible for the victims of legal injustice, has been very often told, and mere commemoration of these justly renowned achievements may suffice here.


  • She soon set him at his ease, and seemed to relax a long-sustained tension as she talked to him of her arrangements, hopes, and fears.

    The Hand of Ethelberta

  • Despite our own long-sustained government-in-exile we lost 2/3 of the Euro-Jewish community in under a decade.

    Has Zionism Hijacked Judaism? | Jewschool

  • Despite its preparation in long-sustained heat, the vitamin C in amla is bound with certain tannins that keep it intact and bioavailable.


  • At last the crowing of a cock reached him from the distant village, followed by the long-sustained note of another, which was again answered by yet other voices.

    The Cossacks

  • Verily do I believe that the overcoming of this subtle anodyne demanded the expenditure of more vital force than the sum of all the long-sustained automatic exertion by which I had won physical release.

    Tropic Days

  • I think we see prospects -- although we understand that we're into perhaps what some call the bumpy landing, we think we see some prospects for long-sustained growth with low rates of inflation.

    Press Briefing By Mike Mccurry

  • Here, as soon as they had recovered from their long-sustained ordeal of terror, they might easily scale the cliffs and be on their way again.

    Hero Of Dreams


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