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The speaker will deal with a broad a range of issues affecting professional women.
Our training program covers all ranges of ability.
Try our new range of beauty products.
We stock a wide range of office furniture.
They rented a top of the range motor home.
books for children in the 11-to-14 age range
Temperatures are expected to be in the range of 75 to 85 degrees.
a singer with an impressive vocal range
Such a decision is not within the range of my responsibility.
The children turned their cameras on anyone in range.
It's best to stay out of range of recording equipment.
Several cities are within range of their artillery.
The factory specializes in medium-range antitank missiles.
The gunman fired twice at point-blank range.
a rifle range
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