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Britain’s share of world trade had steadily declined.
He has no right to a share in profits.
He does his share of the cooking.
Jane has accepted her share of the blame.
We certainly had our share of good fortune.
He has suffered more than his fair share of disappointments.
The scheme allows employees to buy shares in the company.
Share prices fell on the Tokyo Stock Exchange today.