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Adj.1.more than - (comparative of `much' used with mass nouns) a quantifier meaning greater in size or amount or extent or degree; "more land"; "more support"; "more rain fell"; "more than a gallon"
comparative, comparative degree - the comparative form of an adjective or adverb; "`faster' is the comparative of the adjective `fast'"; "`less famous' is the comparative degree of the adjective `famous'"; "`more surely' is the comparative of the adverb `surely'"
much - (quantifier used with mass nouns) great in quantity or degree or extent; "not much rain"; "much affection"; "much grain is in storage"
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As Miller observes, the Monotessaron presents More with three points of discussion on this verse--the selection of Peter, John, and James; the sadness and fear of Christ; and Christ's command to pray with him--but More is "primarily interested in the second point, to which he devotes more than fifteen times as much space as to the other two points combined.
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Nature and Law have become more than estranged, and the result is a general muddling of ethical behavior and a reduction of a public body's capacity to act meaningfully on its own consensus--in other words, its own conscience.
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provide more than sufficient material for prayer for us to not add another special page at the end.
But without justice, without the one virtue that commands us to render everyone their due, a country is little more than a band of brigands.
What you see is more than an outstanding, five-decade creative collaboration; it's one of the dance world's great love stories, too.
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But after the disappointment of their Scottish Cup defeat last week he was more than satisfied with his team's performance.
In Venice, the legacy of the '60s was of course present in more than just utopian visions, as curators and artists alike found fresh impetus to wrestle with that decade's weighty inheritance.
MORE THAN two generations after the adoption of the 728-page 1959 Canadian Book of Common (BCP), almost a full generation after the 1985 introduction of the 928-page Book of Alternative Services, a whole people have been raised up who know not the meaning of "common" prayer.

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