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Sentence count:233+2 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-08-03Updated:2016-12-13
Similar words: correspondentrespondrespondentaccording toresponsebe responsible forcorrectlyowing to
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1 It has name corresponding to the facts.
2 What we required you to do is corresponding to the contract.
3 Give each picture a number corresponding to its position on the page.
4 To see more just press the key corresponding to the highlighted letter.
5 Corresponding to this economics of adaptability components there is an economics of stability and instability in biological systems.
6 Second, forms of state expenditure corresponding to each of these functions are identified.
7 Numbers on the top scale indicate nucleotide positions corresponding to the gene 62 promoter.
8 Type the numbers corresponding to the elements that you want printed when the date text or function code is entered.
9 Thus the poem has a circular motion corresponding to the circular shape of the object it describes.
10 Corresponding to the dramatic acceleration in the stock of money was an equally dramatic acceleration in the rate of inflation.
11 Only those bit positions corresponding to a one in the mask are involved in the primary operation.
12 You will be asked to supply a number corresponding to statements on the panel.
13 The poem has three sections corresponding to the changes of rhyme,(www.Sentencedict.com) but with a peculiarity in the middle section.
14 There is nothing corresponding to a thermostat in a stable physical system such as a vortex.
15 To remove any effects of the risk information not corresponding to descriptions the original data was recoded.
16 The Easy Boot main screen consists of fifteen buttons, each one corresponding to a boot-up configuration.
17 Unlike the radiometer, this device enables a rough image of the subject to be constructed corresponding to a fixed illumination intensity.
18 A pledge carries with it a power of sale, but there is nothing corresponding to foreclosure.
19 Venus could lack such an inner core because of the lower central pressures corresponding to its lower gravity.
20 There seemed to be fluctuations and cycles, from one of about twenty seconds to one corresponding to the monthly lunar cycle.
21 A crude comparison goes like this: Nature has things, language has words that code meanings corresponding to things.
22 Jimmy Goddard has made a creative leap in linking the sites corresponding to the elements through the medium of sound.
23 Treaties are called upon to perform a wide variety of functions corresponding to distinct transactions in municipal law.
24 Instead, it was in areas on the right-hand side exactly corresponding to the language centres in the opposite hemisphere.
25 Pertoka interprets as the symbol of water and the Black Virgin, corresponding to the principle of differentiation.
26 A prototype is located in a multi-dimensional space with dimensions corresponding to the characteristics on which examples of the concept can vary.
27 In the example in Table 8. 1 the only person corresponding to this request is Duncan.
28 An elongated body would display two brightness peaks per revolution, corresponding to the two side views.
29 The lexical items in a taxonomy may be thought of as corresponding to classes of things in the extra-linguistic world.
30 Each spectrum contains twelve aromatic resonances divided into two sets each comprising six resonances, corresponding to two conformations in slow exchange.
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