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1 He questioned the appropriateness of their methods.
2 You need to be careful about appropriateness.
3 In general the principles depend on cleanliness and appropriateness of animals to their habitats.
4 It denies the appropriateness of using any political means to pursue such ends.
5 These results strongly suggest the appropriateness of the relative ordering of the first three levels.
6 Decisions about the effectiveness and appropriateness of different behaviours can only be made within the context of particular situations and specific objectives.
7 These two layers of senses can be expressed by "neither excessiveness nor insufficiency" (or "appropriateness").
8 The appropriateness depends on the objects,[www.Sentencedict.com] lying in the relationship between the subject and object.
9 The negotiations shall also addess the appropriateness of countervailing procedures.
10 He wonders about the appropriateness of each move he makes.
11 Because of patent itself possessing immateriality, regionally and appropriateness, infringing cases often occur in the practice.
12 This article attempts to discuss the nature of non infixation of the so called "infixation" in compound words, the impropriety of "quasi infixation" and the (in)appropriateness of "conflation".
13 The set, therefore, can be manipulated and made deliberately suggestive of the appropriateness of religious labelling.
14 The writer is also encouraged to revise and re-word any subheading to fit his own sense of appropriateness and writing style.
15 Welch and I had a rather heated exchange about the appropriateness of his editorial interference, which had caught me by surprise.
16 The complex man will respond to no single managerial strategy, but will consider its appropriateness to circumstances and his own needs.
17 Essays may be edited for spelling or grammar, and must comply with Herald standards for appropriateness and good taste.
18 There has been a substantial literature on macroeconomic disequilibrium, but there is considerable disagreement about the appropriateness of different models.
19 Again, we see the surprisingly pervasive role that presumptions of contextual appropriateness play in successful communication.
20 Episodes are based on dialogues, role play and cloze exercises, with the emphasis on building awareness of language appropriateness.
21 Both the actual process of creating such notes and the appropriateness and variety of the finished product will aid understanding and memorisation.
22 Most of these are paraphrases of biblical texts, and like hymns they vary in theological emphasis and musical appropriateness.
23 This review can confirm the necessity of the procedure and the appropriateness of the guiding modality.
24 Review employee activity including efficiency, attendance, etc. for accuracy and appropriateness.
25 After the news that once again expand social surveys, to see several new hydraulic clamp, the decision was made locks for the appropriateness.
26 The training of body language should stress three requirements from the aspects of teaching practice: harmony and appropriateness, ease and grace, and succinctness.
27 The model embodied a kind of harmony of progressiveness and appropriateness.
28 The oral interview will test pronunciation, fluency, accuracy, and appropriateness of speech, and comprehension.
29 Some adverbs in Chinese can as pragmatic presupposition triggers , showing appropriateness or felicity.
30 When we make a pilgrimage to Yellowstone National Park, or to the California Redwood groves, or to the Florida Everglades, we are struck by the reverent appropriateness of nature's mix in that spot.
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