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come into use

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcome into usecome into use (also bring something into use)USE somethingUSE STH# to start being used, or to start using something Computers first came into use in the early 1950s. use
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come into useTanning beds came into use around 1979.Doubtless, this instability will continue as more sophisticated techniques of diagnosis come into use by the medical profession.There were many different drugs coming into use.Doors were fitted and it came into use on 7 September.It came into use around the turn of the century.The scourge of firedamp explosions caused by the miners' lights should have dwindled to nothing after the lamp came into use.Various kinds of minuscule came into use, such as the humanistic and the Carolingian.The new register comes into use the following February.
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