1 I can only represent it to you by metaphors.
2 Women now represent almost 50% of the workforce.
3 They purport to represent the wishes of the majority of parents at the school.
4 The legend of king arthur represent the apotheosis of chivalry.
5 Mr Kobayashi was chosen to represent the company at the conference.
6 They chose a famous barrister to represent them in court.
7 These proposals represent a realistic starting point for negotiation.
8 They have delegated him to represent their city at the convention.
9 A lawyer was appointed to represent the child.
10 The general secretary may represent the president at official ceremonies.
11 These proposals represent a dramatic shift in policy.
12 These bomb attacks represent a change of tactics by the terrorists.
13 He uses the metaphor of fire to represent hatred.
14 Growing levels of pollution represent a serious health hazard to the local population.
15 These people represent a broad/wide swathe of public opinion.
16 The legends of King Arthur represent the apotheosis of chivalry.
17 These figures represent a return of 8.5% per annum.
18 The figures represent a general decline in employment.
19 Let me represent my ideas to you in another way.
20 What does x represent in this equation?
21 Why do you represent the matter in this way?
22 She purports to represent the whole group.
23 The figures represent such overwhelming human misery that the mind wants to shut it out.
24 The two authors represent the opposite poles of fictional genius.
25 I have been picked out to represent the whole team.
26 The two speakers were chosen to represent opposite ends of the spectrum.
27 Not all patterns and marks seen on aerial photographs represent archaeological sites.
28 The idea that TV shows like "Dallas" or "Dynasty" represent typical American life is laughable.
29 She was picked out from the whole class to represent them at the other school.
30 In English,[www.Sentencedict.com] the 's' in 'sip' and the 'z' in 'zip' represent two different phonemes.
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