to some extent


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to some extent

to some degree; in some amount; partly. I've solved this problem to some extent. I can help you understand this to some extent.
See also: extent
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Canada (Complete trust 20%, Trust to some extent 30%, Neutral 35%, Distrust to some extent 12%, No trust 3%)
UK (Complete trust 7%, Trust to some extent 26%, Neutral 28%, Distrust to some extent 23%, No trust 16%)
Australia (Complete trust 11%, Trust to some extent 20%, Neutral 40%, Distrust to some extent 22%, No trust 7%)
Germany (Complete trust 14%, Trust to some extent 41%, Neutral 20%, Distrust to some extent 21%, No trust 4%)
Italy (Complete trust 37%, Trust to some extent 25%, Neutral 24%, Distrust to some extent 9%, No trust 5%)
Netherlands (Complete trust 17%, Trust to some extent 37%, Neutral 31%, Distrust to some extent 10%, No trust 5%)
Thirty nine percent (39%) said it is enjoyed to some extent and only 9% believe Pakistanis do not have the freedom to practice the religion of their choice.
The anti-treaty shopping provisions in the new treaty, which are to some extent more liberal than the provisions contained in other recent U.
In recent decades rehabilitation practices have been introduced and, to some extent, adopted in mental health settings.
At the present time, much of America - including Congress and to some extent the Internal Revenue Service - is out of sync with capital flow thinking.
These strengths are offset to some extent by a more entrepreneurial and opportunistic operating strategy than Reckson's sector peers, and the possible strain this strategy could place on financial policy and flexibility in the future.
These coverage levels are being subsidized to some extent by short-term, low-cost bank debt.
These factors mitigate the company's relatively modest position in Hong Kong's volatile property development market and insulate its financial profile to some extent from current difficulties in Hong Kong and throughout the region.