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(1) This book is descriptive of a scientific exploration.
(2) He wrote a book descriptive of the frontier provinces.
(3) The passage is purely descriptive. Sentencedict.com
(4) The book contains sublime descriptive passages.
(5) The terms are descriptive of strong emotion.
(6) Write a descriptive passage about spring.
(7) Each work is prefaced by a descriptive note and concludes with an author's note.
(8) The report was so descriptive, I felt as if I were there.
(9) A descriptive listing of 116 bed-and-breakfast inns is available.
(10) These descriptive trends are analysed further in two ways.
(11) The more complete descriptive term is drug elimination half-life.
(12) This style uses metaphors, imagery and colourful descriptive language.
(13) Applications engineering is a title which is descriptive.
(14) When you write your paragraph, include as many descriptive details as possible.
(15) Fiona would never jock him off, in racing's descriptive phrase.
(16) It pays most attention to interviews, descriptive accounts, biographies, and autobiographies.
(17) The high oil content lending black oats their descriptive name made them a traditional feed for horses.
(18) This can be broadly broken down for descriptive purposes as a program staff of 11, and a support staff of 4.
(19) Click the mouse on an icon, and a descriptive phrase appears in a box next to the icons.
(20) Invalid Descriptive Beliefr Valid descriptive beliefs are easily and readily identified.
(21) This mapping is by definition descriptive in character and as such unconcerned with the effects of the different organizational types it reveals.
(22) He'd like "happiness" to be given a new and more scientifically descriptive label, to wit "Major affective disorder, pleasant type".
(23) The term I used was meant to be purely descriptive .
(24) In reading a novel, he generally skips over all the long descriptive passages.
(25) Confusion is avoided by using the term luminescence, and specifying the activating energy as a descriptive prefix.
(26) Coast and shoreline classifications have usually had one of three bases, descriptive, numerical or genetic.
(27) This term is matched against a list of several thousand descriptive terms arranged in associated groups.
(28) These are examples of the many questions about politics that require explanation, not mere descriptive facts.
(29) The board had decided on another candidate, an orthodox pathologist with predominantly clinical and descriptive interests and not an experimentalist.
(30) A company that manufactures photocopiers obviously holds to a descriptive core belief consistent with this empirical reality.
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