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in a ... vein

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishin a ... veinin a ... veinWAY/MANNERin a particular style of speaking or writing about somethingin the same vein/in a similar vein There was more humour, in much the same vein.in a serious/light-hearted etc vein poems in a lighter vein vein
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in a ... veinIn that same vein, we emphasized the product-process linkage.In the same vein there has been a long-standing tendency to equate rationality with logic, and logic with mathematics.If the lads continue in the same vein, then we can climb out of trouble.There was much in similar vein.These poems along with many others in a similar vein, show that working people were articulating aspects of their experience in verse.She remembered how cruelly those eyes could look at her, turning her blood to vinegar in her veins.
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