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fiercer vs more fierce

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fiercer is the most popular phrase on the web.

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fiercer

3,450,000 results on the web

Some examples from the web:

  • The competition will be ever fiercer, with China having already established 300 Confucius Centres (1000 planned by 2020) to practice cultural diplomacy, and the rise of emerging powers such as India.
  • Therefore large car manufacturers consider the production plants operating within the EU to be more substitutable - and therefore in fiercer competition with each other - than production plants operating both within and outside the EU.
  • There is nothing fiercer than a mother's love.
  • I've seen fiercer fights in parliament!
  • Your boy grows fiercer by the day.
  • Despite growth and fiercer competition, however, much ecoindustry potential remains unrealised.
  • If this report is adopted, I fear that there will be even fiercer criticism from the public.
  • This in turn would lead to even fiercer product competition between Union production and the dumped imports.
  • This Commission draft amendment in fact provides for a considerable increase in rights of access, resulting in fiercer competition.
  • Then, one day, like the book says, the facts of life take a fiercer aspect, and then things just kind of start to suck.
  • The fiercer the fight the surer the victory!
  • Before we launch ourselves down the slippery slope of regulation, we should remember that the EU has seen a major expansion of low-cost carriers in air transport and fiercer competition between all EU airlines thanks to liberalisation measures.
  • Mr President, the fiercer the exploitation of workers, the greater the wealth accumulated in the hands of the few.
  • Anyway, the gist of all this is, the more scalps you have, the more power you've extracted from your enemies and the fiercer you therefore were on the battlefield.
  • Fiercer world competition is forcing the protagonists to take a clear and tough position.
  • Fiercer, meaner, crueler Ruder than the Huns
  • I can think of no fiercer army, so instructed.
  • Over the last few decades, a huge change has taken place in cities, with LPT facing fiercer competition.
  • This would bring more flexibility and fiercer competition between systems and protection from any market abuse or distortion.
  • If the oil companies' predictions that our energy needs will mainly be met by using fossil fuels come true, there will be fiercer competition for these fuels.

more fierce

462,000 results on the web

Some examples from the web:

  • Khutulun has grown more fierce with age.
  • Such fire may yet prove more fierce.
  • "l thought that being a bear would be,"I don't know, more fierce.
  • A dragon's ire, more fierce than fire
  • He seems to be getting more and more fierce!
  • Today so brightly shone This morning was the light so bright More fierce than ever seen
  • In war was never lion raged more fierce, In peace was never gentle lamb more mild.
  • Consequently, we should invent a system of upwards harmonisation in terms of social rights and levels of social protection, so that there is no more of this fierce competition between employees, engineered by businesses and our institutions themselves.
  • Gladiators must fight fierce beasts as well.
  • This storm is exceedingly fierce, Nathaniel.
  • Raptors were fierce, intelligent and socially sophisticated.
  • His anger must indeed be fierce.
  • A fierce new world is awakening.
  • It takes someone with fierce concentration.
  • Its survival instinct is that fierce.
  • Your fierce devotion comes from within.
  • In addition, local disputes regarding natural resources are increasingly fierce.
  • ...a fierce, fierce friend.
  • Cedric Diggory was, as you all know exceptionally hard-working infinitely fair-minded and, most importantly a fierce, fierce friend.
  • According to this, you... you are one fierce, fierce guy.

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