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Both sides have been under massive international pressure to pull back from the brink of all–out war, but the situation remains febrile.
You use all-out to describe actions that are carried out in a very energetic and determined way, using all the resources available. <...>
Paying him a few compliments could cut the dividends. Paying him a few compliments could reap dividends.
One couple spent £2 million on lawyers” fees in a divorce battle. One couple spent £2 million on lawyers” fees in a leadership battle.
Effective style cannot be taught like a mathematical formula. Effective style cannot be taught like a successful formula.
massive (ly) multiplayer online role-playing game : an internet-based computer game set in a virtual world, which can be played by many people at the same time, each of whom can interact with the others
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