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Edit  Amatuka
exceeding, above
More than two hours
Edit  Amatuka
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You take more calories than necessary.
Edit  #4564 Miki
I waited more than two hours.
Edit  #478 Amatuka
More than 1000 issues are listed on the stock exchange.
Edit  #4557 Miki
I don't want to spend more than $10.
Edit  #4558 Miki
There are over 15 different kinds of pies.
Edit  #4559 Miki
Between 1820 and 1973, the United States admitted more than 46 million immigrants.
Edit  #4560 Miki
Anyone eighteen years of age and over counts as an adult.
Edit  #4561 Miki, bamboo4
Better than twenty people.
Edit  #4562 Miki
I can't think of you as more than a friend.[F]
Edit  #4563 Miki
I can't put up with that noise any longer.
Edit  #4565 Miki
Taking everything into consideration, the result is better than I expected.
Edit  #4566 Miki
This plan can hardly be improved upon.
Edit  #4567 Miki
Is this the best price you can offer?
Edit  #4569 Miki, bamboo4
He accomplished more than what was expected of him.
Edit  #8185 karekano
His debts amount to more than he can pay.
Edit  #8186 karekano
He values honor above wealth.
Edit  #8187 karekano
I took this picture more than 2 years ago.
Edit  #8661 Sakuratree
I love you more than you love me.
Edit  #4572 Miki
My grandmother gave me more than I wanted.
Edit  #4573 Miki
There is more in life than meets the eye.
Edit  #4574 Miki
Plants and animals require more sunshine than is generally supposed.
Edit  #4575 Miki
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