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as many as


twice as many




Trials on children have not been carried out in all the drugs,

but the completed studies show a worrying increase

in suicidal behaviour among those on SSRIs

compared with those given a placebo (sugar pill).

None of the drugs has a licence for use in children

with depression in the UK, but GPs have prescribed

more and more SSRIs for children.

It is estimated that as many as 50,000 children

are on antidepressants in Britain.

Drugs for depressed children banned,
G, 10.12.2003,

















Chip Bok

The Akron (Ohio) Beacon-Journal


11 November 2010


R: U.S. president Barack Obama















Join the AA for only £42

With twice as many of its own patrols

as any other breakdown organisation,

£42 is not a lot for a year’s cover.

So join today.

AA ad, DM, p. 37, 14-3-2002.






At least twice as many [ groupe pronominal quantificateur ]

died in Rwanda as in the former Yugoslavia.

Second class justice, GE, p. 7, 10-4-2002.































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