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Inadequate protein can lead to various health risks in women.

The Allied forces scored a major victory on D-Day, which ultimately lead to the end of the war in Europe.

A Hindu swami once noted that ambition to earn fame in the world, to gain some position of authority over men, to lead a luxurious life can never ensure mental peace.

Humphrey Albertson has been appointed to lead an inquiry into government mishandling of the crisis.

Eric Clapton has played lead guitar for a number of different bands over the years.

The swimmer was able to cling to his lead and won the race by a mere hundredths of a second.

Detectives are searching through the house of the victim for clues which they hope will lead them to the killer.

Andr Gide once said that it is easier to lead men to combat, stirring up their passion, than to restrain them, and direct them toward the patient labors of peace.

The Dallas Stars have a comfortable 3-1 lead against the New York Rangers going into the fifth game of the playoffs.

Tiger Williams holds a commanding lead after the first round of the tournament.

In the eighteenth century, England consolidated its position and took the lead in European industrialization.

Excessive consumption of fat can lead to heart trouble.

Gasoline which contains lead is no longer allowed in this country.

Used batteries are the main source of lead contamination in the world.

contemplate The lead actor had to change costumes about 10 times during the play.

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