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3 examples of syndrome in sentences

The nail that sticks up hammered down [Jap.Tr.]; Tall poppy syndrome; Stick your neck out and it may get cut off.

Then again, the 'who-has-written' preference over the 'what-has-been-written' has plagued many English-language newspapers and this has largely contributed to the 'City-Centric Syndrome'.

Newspaper authorities tend to justify this 'City-Centric Syndrome' by claiming that their readers are concentrated in and around cities and towns and, hence, an urban-based report would generate more interest than a remote village-based story.

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