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GOLDEN ARCHES EVERYWHERE The sheer size of McDonald's compared with that of its rivals, especially overseas, will make it easier-and cheaper-for the company to expand further.
A Really Big Mac 2008
But it's a little easier-and a lot safer-to predict what will happen in the next few decades.
On To The Millennium 2008
In return, Perot got the thanks of POWs who say his efforts made their lives easier-and White House entree: a court of last resort where he could get a hearing for EDS problems.
The Man And The Myth 2008
That would make life easier-and work more profitable-for many two-earner families.
While computerized voting has been touted as a way to make elections easier and the results more reliable, an increasing number of voters, poll workers, and election officials have concluded that the process in 2006 was more difficult-not easier-and confidence in the tallies has been undermined.
It's a lot easier-and a heck of a lot more enjoyable'than diet or exercise!
The Man Means Business Broadrick, Annette 2006
They've filed this as a civil matter, where the burden of proof is different -- easier-and where the plaintiff has cause to open all kinds of cans of worms.
State Of War Clancy, Tom 2003
It was easier-and frankly, more comfortable-to think their mom was more sedate than daring, more of a plodder than someone with experiences that would surprise them.
Nights in Rodanthe Sparks, Nicholas 2002
Never mind that honey-coating something makes it easier-and more likely'to be swallowed.
The Black Gryphon Lackey, Mercedes 1994
The doctors at Bethesda had told her he would have to take things a lot easier-and there was no way he could do that.
Lucifer's Hammer Niven, Larry 1977