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Sentence count:59+2 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-08-11Updated:2016-12-13
Similar words: glancebalancedbalance ofsurveillanceparticularlycancercanceldancerMeaning: ['pɑrləns /'pɑːl-] n. a manner of speaking that is natural to native speakers of a language. 
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1 In military parlance this is known as a fast retreat.
2 Oral contraceptives are collectively referred to in common parlance as 'the pill'.
3 The phrase is common diplomatic parlance for spying.
4 These schemes are known in common parlance as 'private pensions'.
5 A Munro, in climbing parlance, is a Scottish mountain exceeding 3 000 feet.
6 There can be virtue in the parlance of sincerity,[] sickly sweet as it seems.
7 In the dry parlance of a police report, it was nothing more than a petty theft.
8 In advertising parlance, this difference is termed a unique selling proposition, or usp.
9 It must have been in parlance in her time.
10 In the political parlance of 1992, I suppose it might be said that Mr Platt has given himself a double whammy.
11 Models of mind In modern parlance, Hobhouse placed his emphasis on cognition and was discussing the evolution of cognitive capacity.
12 In medical parlance this procedure is commonly known as a career-ectomy.
13 What is a prognosis in medical parlance?
14 In radio control parlance this is called the frame rate and determines how rapidly and smoothly the servo position can be updated.
15 In common parlance though, when someone mentions the elbow they usually mean the pointy bit; the outside of the arm bend.
16 Avery Johnson and Bruce Bowen are, in NBA parlance, self - made men.
17 In croppy culture, common parlance is turned on its head.
18 Ha ha, it is a parlance of image, matching the English expression very much.
19 It is Chinese parlance referring to those who live without Hukou, or household registration papers, and therefore denied access to public education, healthcare and housing allowance.
20 In Seam parlance, this action is called bijection, short for bidirectional injection.
21 He went "respectable, " in smuggler parlance, and entered into a risky business venture on Kessel.
22 The term " meta directory " came into industry parlance two years ago.
23 But, of course, being known by another human leaves one open to incursion, to cast it in military parlance.
24 That is equivalent to the day before Thanksgiving, Black Wednesday, in industry parlance.
25 Therefore, to avoid a vacuous academic talk, ethical misconduct cannot be treated with vague academic parlance.
26 As one of sources of Modem Chinese neology , the parlance of computer networks contains many terms of computer networks.
27 The rapid development of Internet prepares the ground for the network parlance.
28 Mainland law system of nations have format obligation of feasance lysenkoism and essential obligation of feasance lysenkoism, two kinds of parlance.
29 However, my original motivate to read this book is to know more details about these big shots and the events around them, because Mike Wallace knows more; in common parlance, to gossip.
30 Recently, the domestic and international expert scholar negated this kind of parlance through an experiment.
More similar words: glancebalancedbalance ofsurveillanceparticularlycancercanceldancerstancechancefinanceromanceallianceenhancepenanceguidancepittancedistanceentranceby chanceancestorsubstanceadvancedinstancearrogancein advanceinsurancecompliancetoleranceattendance
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