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A number of significant changes have taken place since the 1960s.
a change in the law
The report proposes some fundamental changes to the social security system.
The computer industry has undergone enormous changes in the last 20 years.
We made a few changes to the team for tonight’s match.
There’s been a change of plan.
a change of address
the change from military to civilian rule
Everyone needs a change from the same old routine.
We had a Chinese meal, which made a nice change.
Here’s your change.
They told the driver to keep the change.
The journey takes five hours, with a change in Newcastle.
Mr Appleby described the new legislation as definitely a change for the better.
It’s going to be wet and muddy, so bring a change of clothes.
The government seems to have had a change of heart about nursery education.
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