What-is-more sentence example

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  • The key here is to determine what is more important.
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  • It is kept clean and cool by the waters of the river, which flow through the streets in open channels; and its old fortifications have been replaced by public walks, and, what is more unusual, by vineyards.
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  • It's just that sometimes I wonder what is more important in your life - your career or me.
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  • After all, what is more ironic than retiring from one career by preparing for another?
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  • As the same stream sometimes changes abruptly from one kind to the other, the two kinds must be due to different conditions affecting the flow, and among the conditions which may cause a stream to break up into the aa have been mentioned the greater depth of the stream, a sluggish current, impediments in its course just as it is granulating, and, what is more probable, subterranean moisture which causes it to cool from below upward instead of from above downward as in the pahoehoe.
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  • For example, if you are torn between Dom Perignon at your cocktail reception and exotic floral arrangements, you need to decide what is more important to you.
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  • While some families do prefer for a young man to demonstrate his financial stability by purchasing a more expensive ring, what is more important is choosing a ring that the bride will appreciate and that will match her design preferences.
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  • The term "satchel" is occasionally used to refer to what is more commonly recognized today as the messenger bag, or the type of bag favored by students that is slung over the shoulder and across the body.
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  • Too many genres are mashed into this confused sound, making it difficult for the listener to grasp what is more important - the message, the noise, the overly-dramatic voice inflection or the image.
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  • The flora and also (though to a less degree) the fauna present not only Asian and Central African affinities, but, what is more interesting, Mascarene, South African and Antipodean-American relationships, indicating a very different distribution of land and water and necessitating other bridges of communication than now exist.
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  • Friendship with him was a passion; or, what is more true perhaps, he needed friends for the maintenance of his intellectual activity at the highest point of its effectiveness.
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  • The name is now ordinarily restricted to what is more accurately called atmospheric air - the air we breathe - the invisible elastic fluid which surrounds the earth (see ATMOSPHERE).
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  • And what is more than all for perpetuity of fame, he was one of the great masters of the high and difficult art of elaborate composition.
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  • Since the Saxons (Old Saxons) of later times were an inland people, one can hardly help suspecting either that the two nations have been confused or, what is more probable, that a considerable mixture of population, whether by conquest or otherwise, had taken place.
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  • The vulgar Latin of Spain has kept the pluperfect indicative, still in current use vs a secondary form of the conditional (cantdra, yendira, pariiira), and, what is more remarkable still, as not occurring anywhere elle, the future perfect (canidre, vendiire, pcriiire, formerly canliro, vendilro, partiro).
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  • Seniors try to maintain a particular way of life, plus additional living costs on what is more than likely a limited income.
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  • MMS: Standing for Multimedia Messaging Service, MMS is essentially a more advanced version of SMS (short messaging service) or what is more commonly known as "sending text messages".
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  • The next time you're thinking of lying out in the sun for a few hours; ask yourself what is more important, healthy skin or a sun tan.
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  • Lastly, in England we have not only an influence of positivism, but also, what is more important, the synthetic philosophy of Herbert Spencer.
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