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1. Our charges are calculated by reference to an hourly rate.
2. Results were calculated by reference to a standard curve.
3. The terms can be incorporated by reference.
4. The plaintiff was remunerated by a commission calculated by reference to the premium paid by the insured persons introduced by him.
5. The recipe of supply-side economics can be illustrated by reference to Fig. 10-6.
6. Costs Our charges are calculated by reference to an hourly rate.
7. None of the male characters is initially typified by reference to physical characteristics in this way.
8. We can see by reference to the Salomon case the great advantage of limited liability.
9. Purely procedural rules may be binding by reference to the rules in force at the time when the procedure is applied.
10. First, the present can partly be understood by reference to the immediate past.
11. To explain the intellectual polarities by reference to historical contingencies is not necessarily to explain them away.
12. Gains on property disposals are calculated by reference to historical net book value to the Group.
13. The nature of the variable is best explained by reference to the relevant descriptors in Table 8.2.
14. Some matters are no doubt decided only by reference to their intrinsic merits, others on purely political grounds.
15. Annual rate bills are calculated by reference to rateable values and the rate multiplier.
16. Moreover, they can not be accounted for merely by reference to spatial differences in social composition.
17. The point is best illustrated by reference to specific examples under the existing United Kingdom constitution.
18. This can be substantiated by reference to the facts on both.
19. This can be illustrated through the increasing trend of restricting liability by reference to labelling and the insertion of instructions for use.
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20. In the case of other stocks, cost is ascertained by reference to purchase price plus duty where appropriate.
21. Benefits under a tax-approved company pension scheme are always limited by reference to earnings from the company.
22. That is to say, it may be possible to give powerful functionalist explanations of linguistic phenomena by reference to pragmatic principles.
23. In the case of unregistered land this description should be by reference to an attached plan.
24. This may give rise to dispute where terms are incorporated by reference to some other document, as in the examples above.
25. In a few cases, the continued support for a political party can be explained by reference to an historical connection.
26. Some contracts provide instead for performance without delivery, generally by payment of differences by reference to a published price or index.
27. The choice between the two roads can not, in my opinion, be made simply by reference to binding authority.
28. The use of the method on a single site has been illustrated by reference to the Gatecliff Shelter, Nevada.
29. A number of authoritative scholars seriously question the propriety of interpreting prehistoric remains by reference to the customs of modern primitive peoples.
30. In both cases the benefit falls to be quantified by reference to the expense of providing the benefit.
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