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relatively few/little Scottish businesses have sầu relatively few problems with skill levels in the workforce compared to the rest of Britain.

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relatively cheap/inexpensive Phone calls are relatively cheap, with a phối of monthly packages & pay-as you-go services.

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relatively large/small Investments that generally go up or down in value in relatively small amounts are considered "low volatility" investments.
used lớn say that your opinion or description of something is true when it is compared to other things of a similar type:
Even relatively svào interactions in the submicromolar range can be lost during centrifugation, a method routinely used in translation studies.
Physician attitudes & concerns were relatively more correlated with their ratings of reluctance lớn prescribe than with their actual frequency of prescribing.
However, with a relatively small caseload of patients, it is not surprising that a high cấp độ of patient satisfaction has been achieved.
Therefore, the thermodynamic properties of pure hydrogene or helium can be calculated directly with the help of a relatively simple interpolation code.
We also take inkhổng lồ tài khoản that firms with lower debt và more capital availability will contribute relatively more khổng lồ their pensions.
The main cause of this result is that in most years, the standard deviation of monthly rates is relatively small.
Both factors discussed influence the amount of the insurance equivalent withdrawal, which as a whole is relatively high, especially for high entry ages.
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a style in art, kiến thiết, and theatre that uses the smallest range of materials and colours possible, and only very simple shapes or forms

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