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We are now producing the same quantity of goods with far fewer workers.
The body produces chemicals called endorphins to control the pain.
The region produces some of the best wine in France.
one of the best screenwriters this country has ever produced
He produced a series of outstanding tragic plays.
I managed to produce the opposite effect from the one I had intended.
Efforts to produce a consensus among the member states ended in failure.
Other options will be considered if the talks fail to produce results.
They produced very little evidence to support their argument.
Rachel produced a map from her inside pocket.
Steve McQueen produced and starred in the film.
Females generally produce their young in early summer.
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