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no less a person than in a sentence

  1. Confirmation has come from no less a person than Edouard Balladur, a former prime minister and one-time French presidential candidate.
  2. In the left-wing " Fabian News " no less a person than George Bernard Shaw called it a " historical masterpiece ".
  3. Yet no less a person than Barbara Bush offered a reminder the other day of both ways the Bush name cuts in this state.
  4. The international community should take note of the dangerous anti-Muslim trends being promoted by no less a person than the prime minister of India himself.
  5. It was no less a person than Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, whose great personal favourite he was, who called him to take up this post after going through due process.
  6. It's difficult to find no less a person than in a sentence.
  7. "What is taking shape has become obvious with the latest attack on Murali's bowling action by no less a person than former test fast bowling great Michael Holding, " the Mirror said.
  8. "What is taking shape has become obvious with the latest attack on Murali's bowling action by no less a person than former test fast bowling great Michael Holding, " said the Mirror.
  9. He has travelled considerably in the far distant wilds of the country, his companion being no less a person than his mother, a woman of cultivated tastes, and rather a good painter of flowers.
  10. The idea, which has been around for at least a decade, was revived by no less a person than Anne O . Krueger, the No . 2 official at the IMF, in a November speech.
  11. The Department, having no enforcement power, then contacted the War Department and no less a person than General William Tecumseh Sherman for federal troops to quell what he considered to be the initiation of an Indian uprising.
  12. "The use of physical violence, especially by no less a person than the president of the republic . . . is absolutely impermissible in our fledging democracy, " the group's spokesman Nana Akuffo Addo told a news conference.
  13. Felicia was born in Liverpool, Lancashire, a granddaughter of the Prince of Wales, were published in Liverpool in 1808, when she was only fourteen, arousing the interest of no less a person than Percy Bysshe Shelley, who briefly corresponded with her.
  14. What is more alarming is in insisting upon the appointment of his nominee . . . my resistance was based on principle as well as the known limitation of the learned judge revealed to me by no less a person than yourself,
  15. Vajpayee's comments were also criticized by the government of Pakistan, which said in a Sunday statement, " The international community should take note of the dangerous anti-Muslim trends being promoted by no less a person than the prime minister of India himself ."
  16. That was mainly down to centerback Rio Ferdinand, who established himself as one of the championship's best defenders, and midfielder Nicky Butt, who stepped out of the shadows as an injury replacement for two other players and drew praise from no less a person than Pele.
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