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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdintdint /dɪnt/ noun   by dint of (doing) something
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dintThen I launched into the apology, the explanation and finally, by dint of superhuman endeavour, the jokes.It's a tomato sauce, but it's hot, for sure, by dint of those ubiquitous chili peppers.At times, by dint of heroic effort, the Elves achieved a breathing space and cleared their lands.By dint of their dogged determination and desire for public recognition, they united the shipping interests in London.
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