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This dearth of valid arguments is why those in the "immigration enforcement" camp are often accused of xenophobia.
Despite the apparent dearth of titles, hitting the target audience has not always proven to be easy in this niche market.
The problem isn't a dearth of fish, it's an abundance of people.
Given the author's creativity and output, there is no dearth of material.
Ordinarily, a dearth of literary quality combined with an inept prose style would be a sure-fire formula for commercial success.
There's no dearth of material and the contributors assess their subject from every imaginable angle.
Faults in performance do not necessarily signify a dearth of skills or abilities, social scientists have found.
Manhattan has a dearth of public swimming pools, though there are quite a few privately owned ones.
There is no dearth of action and physical suspense here, rendered in terse, heart-stopping prose.
Such a dearth of achievement leaves a biographer at a considerable disadvantage.
Astronomers had previously regarded our sun as peculiar for its dearth of lithium.

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