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(1) She got the job by virtue of her greater experience.
(2) She succeeded by virtue of her tenacity rather than her talent.
(3) He had won the game by virtue of his strength of will.
(4) He was exempt from charges by virtue of his youth/of being so young/of the fact that he was so young.
(5) The article stuck in my mind by virtue of one detail.
(6) She became a British resident by virtue of her marriage.
(7) I am Claire's aunt by virtue of marriage.
(8) By virtue of our respective positions in the organization, you can tell me to meet certain performance objectives.
(9) By virtue of being interdisciplinary, psychobiology has some special problems not encountered in mainstream psychology.
(10) By virtue of their ubiquity, popular prints were instrumental in helping to shape the perceptions of the vast majority.
(11) Objects, however, by virtue of their concrete nature, can never possess that entirely arbitrary and abstract capability.
(12) Madeira was transformed into an offshore centre by virtue of legislation enacted in 1986.
(13) He must be on the premises lawfully, either by virtue of a warrant, under statutory authority or by consent.
(14) Certain other terms are implied into leases by virtue of statute and these are dealt with in their respective contexts.
(15) By virtue of this, there does not appear to have been in Ireland any large-scale persecution of heretics.
(16) In private practice, and by virtue of his influential writings, Maudsley soon became the leading alienist of his generation.
(17) Members of the House of Lords sat by virtue of birth, holding hereditary peerages. Sentencedict.com
(18) Citizens have an obligation to obey law by virtue of the fact that it is made in accordance with established procedures.
(19) By virtue of his unique personal prestige, he himself was relatively insulated from the pressure of public opinion.
(20) By virtue of his showing in 1992, Perot qualified for $ 29 million in Federal Election Commission campaign funds this year.
(21) It was by virtue of this act that Edward I demanded its surrender to him in 1284.
(22) But is it true that we learn just by virtue of being busy and having lots of experiences?
(23) For example the administration of overseas territories has been accomplished by means of orders in council issued by virtue of the royal prerogative.
(24) And never once did I find myself the center of collective stares, simply by virtue of being a gaijin.
(25) Such groups are constructed as the bearers of privileged knowledge or agency, by virtue of their social location.
(26) Typically, the anthropologist finds that individuals hold titular offices by virtue of their position in the kinship system.
(27) But once again it is to deny that they can do this by virtue of their intrinsic properties as individuals.
(28) And for those determined enough to stand out from the crowd by virtue of understatement, that may well be enough.
(29) Certainly, the exhibitor could be required to remove the offending poster by virtue of section 5.
(30) They are one and all friendly, kind and tolerant - largely I surmise by virtue of my wife and her approachability.
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