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Mr Gray will remain the director for three years at least.
The disease killed at least 120 people in England last year.
We are expecting to at least double our money.
The journey will take a year, at the very least.
At least no one can accuse me of hiding the truth.
You might at least have waited for me.
We have reached an agreement that at least gives the company a chance to survive.
At the very least the player is guilty of violent behaviour.
A two per cent pay rise is not very much, but at least it’s better than nothing.
You lost, but at least you can say you tried.
The work is difficult, but at least the pay is good.
The election will mean the end, or at least the beginning of the end, of the present system.
No one saw anything, or at least they’re not talking about it if they did.