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The actual cost of the improvements is far greater than the original projected figure.
It is projected that the population will rise by one million by 2008.
Total expenditure was projected to increase by 4.7%.
The edges of the roof project outwards and keep the rain away from the walls.
The tusks of the walrus project downwards from the upper jaw.
His letters were projected onto a large courtroom screen.
The campaign has tried to project a view of Labour as the party that cares.
Ending the talks now would project an image of being insincere.
His mother had projected her anxieties onto him.
Australia is preparing for the royal visit projected for November.
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