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  • And perhaps we are witnessing a sea change in investor attitudes.
  • And somehow this new route of infection signals a sea change.
  • In some places, a working toilet is a sea change.
  • Even so, Feron Roberts is readying for a sea change.
  • And what a sea change the annexation of the Philippines represented.
  • But then, Landgraf and Holliday represent a sea change themselves.
  • "That's a sea change in our thinking.
  • American politics has undergone a sea change in the subsequent decade.
  • This represents a sea change in the cultural life of Austin,
  • There is clearly a bit of a sea change going on,
  • This is a sea change for historic homes like Mount Vernon,
  • That was a sea change, when George offered that openness.
  • "There's been a sea change,"
  • Hansen's Geli, too, undergoes a sea change.
  • There has been a sea change in attitudes toward large mergers.
  • Liversage believes the Dome marks a sea change in British attitudes.
  • Unless, of course, legal suits cause a sea change.
  • Some 40 years ago he sensed a sea change in society.
  • Bush would need to undergo a sea change to do that.
  • Close said anything over 40 percent would signal a sea change.
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