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popular demand

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpopular demandpopular demandPOPULARwhen a lot of people have asked for something to be done, performed etcby/due to popular demand (=because of popular demand) The exhibition will run for an extra week, due to popular demand. demand
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popular demandBoth men created through their activities a popular demand for access to the very wilderness they sought to protect.It was a thing that was created by popular demand.As in many other countries, popular demands for the introduction of multiparty democracy grew in the first half of 1990.But there is no popular demand, and no need, to overturn our institutions in a fit of impatience.The formative years of many of the elderly who were surveyed was a ti-me of popular demand for greater equality.And now, due to popular demand, we can announce the arrival of the Megadisk!Due to popular demand, levels one to three of the original Fast Forward have been split, producing six short intensive courses.Sir Peter was scheduled to sign for one hour, but gave way to popular demand and stayed for three.
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