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use "more likely to keep" in a sentence

The fact that unmarried women who bear children are now more likely to keep them has resulted in a shortage of adoptable babies.

Hu says Shanghai is comparable Tokyo, where people are more likely to keep it simple and conform, while Beijing is akin to anything-goes New York.

If you can partner with a non-profit organization or cause that is truly important and makes sense with your professional and personal mission, you are more likely to keep the attention of successful people.

Multiple studies have shown that if you're aware of and alerted to your progress, you're more likely to keep up the good work, exercising regularly and staying active.

Specifically, those with better self-care abilities were more likely to keep a job.

The Taliban is more likely to keep administrative offices unoccupied, as they have done in the Musa Qala and Nowzad regions of Helmand - where 90% of the districts are said to be under Taliban control but the centres are with the government forces.

"We're much more likely to keep seeing triple-digit moves in the Dow because of the level the Dow is at," she told CBS MoneyWatch.
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