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- ‘There are many artists who are not members of the party living affluently, with enough opportunities to practice their arts.’
- ‘By 1970 the concept of duty evaporated in the affluently modeled consumer society.’
- ‘People subjected to poverty tend to suffer higher instance of mortality and morbidity as compared to those living affluently, particularly in developed countries.’
- ‘They have created this awful situation where people can come and live so affluently, and so many others can't afford a decent roof over their heads.’
- ‘Complex in character, this ecosystem is a self-sustaining community living affluently due to a combination of several important elements such as warmth, rainfall, nutrients and sunlight.’
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