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a popular brand of cat food
What is the most popular leisure pastime after watching television?
This hotel is very popular with tourists.
Jenny is one of the most popular girls in the school.
He’s hugely popular with the fans.
Her books have enormous popular appeal.
Due to popular demand, extra tickets for the match have been made available.
Contrary to popular belief, the existing safety regulations were adequate.
It’s a popular misconception that all women love shopping.
a popular uprising
Popular discontent resulted in the government’s defeat.
There is little popular support for their economic reform policies.