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To be welcomed without qualification.
- ‘This sort of process is going on throughout the country, and is all to the good.’
- ‘That we have to support, and if the administration moves in that direction or is prodded to move in that direction that is all to the good because there is no alternative.’
- ‘This is all to the good and, frankly, given our values, one would expect it.’
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