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the status of something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthe status of somethingthe status of somethingSITUATIONa situation at a particular time, especially in an argument, discussion etc What’s the status of the trade talks? status
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the status of somethingIn the South the church accepts the status of the independent republic and is loyal to it.But at no stage did he ever approach the status of a great butler.Data is given on key issues such as the status of Berlin.These days the practice of story-telling is so rare that it has acquired the status of an art form.Marriage is the institution which establishes the status of legitimacy. 3.Bundy would not comment on the status of negotiations.Handy had left McKinsey over the issue of the status of the executive search function within the organisation.Secondly, as already mentioned, some consideration must be given to the status of the sites being compared in the pattern.She had dismissed him quite brutally, relegating him to the status of a passing fancy, or less.
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