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    Examples of terms in a Sentence

  • Exemples de term
    1. Homer Simpson popularised the term "d'oh".
    2. The exercise involved in recrafting the past, past encounters and memories actually rejuvenates short-term and present memory —— remarkably!
    3. For usage examples of this term, see Citations:complexability.
    4. Humiliating your kid on national television for a short-term profit is one of the biggest fuck yous that a parent can ever give to their own child. ‎
    5. Teachers should also avoid setting long poems in the lower and middle classes to be absorbed in homœopathical doses during the whole of a long term by the unfortunate children.
    6. “Lojbanistan” is both an imaginary country where Lojban is the native language, and a term for the actual community of Lojbanspeakers, scattered over the world.
    7. Morocco is the never-never land of Africa. Captious readers of the war news may, in their comfortable zeal, think the term applicable to other regions of ...
    8. The collective term — with permutations such as PIIGGS to include Ireland and Great Britain among the list of debt-ridden countries — has been denounced by politicians in Portugal and Spain.
  • Exemples de terms
    1. The United States owns Point Roberts by the terms of the Treaty of Oregon.
    2. Roger, in terms of the strengths he brought to the band, was wild abandonment. So if Howard was in the pocket, Roger was bouncing off the walls, and Nancy was somewhere in the middle.
    3. To come to terms of accommodation.
    4. In this paper, we make a step forward, by considering term to query articulations, that is articulations relating queries of one source to terms in another
    5. The most distinctive physical attribute of the space is the bright red metal sculpture that resembles one of Claes Oldenburg's oversized clothespins, only slightly deconstructed. The artwork may be enjoyed on its own terms, but ...
    6. Bastides began to appear in numbers under the terms of the Treaty of Paris (1229), which permitted Raymond VII of Toulouse to build new towns in his shattered domains, though not to fortify them.
    7. I know you and Virginia are on best-friend terms.
    8. There are over two dozen related terms for station? What a bogart!
    9. Schmitt also lists six terms for buggerer
  • Exemples de termed
    1. I guess it is stalking, only the modern day equivalent (now termed Facestalking), albeit it without you having to hang out by the dumpster behind your intended's building to sift through her garbage for old underwear or loose strands of hair.
    2. In fact, a novel research area termed immunometabolism has emerged from the study of AT’s roles in metabolism and immunity, which contribute to the pathogenesis of obesity-associated dysfunctions [23 , 24 ].
    3. However, a novel form of cutaneous anthrax, termed injectional anthrax, that is characterized by severe soft tissue infection has been recently described in heroin users.
    4. Alleles at NCU09037 ( het-e ) fell into three very divergent groups (termed haplogroups) that showed signatures of positive selection, intra- and interhaplogroup recombination, and evidence of trans-species polymorphism.
    5. In the literature these "off-time" youngsters have been termed "early" and "late" developers (Petersen and Taylor, 1980).
    6. Some cytokines produced by myofibers and peritendinous tissue are, termed myokines [17 ].
    7. Should he be weak-handed (poor), he is compelled to be content with what is termed girdling, which consists in cutting the bark, thereby, of course, killing the trees, and he afterwards clears away the underwood, which is seldom considerable.
    8. In contrast, ZDS introduces double bonds at the C7 and C7´position of ζ-carotene in cis configuration resulting in a C7,9,9´,7´-tetra-cis-lycopene species, termed prolycopene.
Liens Connexes:
  1. en terms of art
  2. en terms of trade
  3. en terms of address
  4. en terms of endearment
  5. en terms and conditions
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