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workers who are employed on a temporary basis
Tickets will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis.
He declined to say on what basis bail was refused.
Don't make your decision on the basis of cost alone.
Most councillors supported the proposal on the basis that the city needed new jobs.
Safety equipment was checked on a daily basis.
It's a violent city, with murders occurring on a regular basis.
Bernard's work forms the basis of all modern physiology.
The agreement between the parties will provide the basis for future negotiations.
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