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Most of the news media were controlled by the central government.
a property company that controls assets worth £650 million
A rebel army was now controlling the northern half of the country.
The surgeon controls the device remotely using a computer terminal.
I hit a patch of ice and couldn't control the car.
The flow of water is controlled by a series of valves.
The temperature in the museum is carefully controlled.
the parts of the brain that control our breathing
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the occasion on which Jesus Christ was brought back to life after his death, according to the Bible