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1. John gave a very exposition of the facts.
2. It purports to be an exposition of Catholic social teaching.
3. His pictures were shown at the Paris exposition of 1878.
4. The fullest exposition of Coleridge's thought can be found in the States-man's Manual.
5. The theology of the Exposition was anything but subtle.
6. For ease of exposition[sentence dictionary], let us suppose n 4.
7. Valerian, Tiburtius and Maximum in separate reliquaries for exposition.
8. Here was clear exposition of the biology involved.
9. A detailed exposition and defence would require considerably more ingenuity and effort.
10. For the sake of exposition the duty will be analysed here in four parts.
11. The book was reissued in 1890 with an exposition of his celebrated method and observations on the Doria collection.
12. Much of the book was devoted to exposition of the Lutheran doctrine of justification by faith.
13. Need it be emphasized that this exposition claims to be no more than schematic?
14. When the Exposition closed Chicago was already in the grip of a serious economic downturn.
15. Here particular qualities of soil and exposition impart a fabulous, spicy, flowery bouquet to the wines, especially the Rieslings.
16. For a start, no prime minister's exposition of Cabinet government is consistent.
17. But after the hoopla, the exposition slumped, admissions at first numbering only fifteen or twenty thousand per day.
18. It seems almost needless to say nowadays that exposition repeats are faithfully observed.
19. But he was 175 disappointed with the exposition and wrote to Holtz that it was poorly organized, boring and provincial.
20. The publishers claim that the book constitutes 'the first sequential exposition of events and thus of the history of the revolution'.
21. The full implications of this will become clearer as the exposition proceeds.
22. Masur does incidentally, even in this live performance, observe the exposition repeat in the first movement.
23. To what extent, therefore, should be continue to seek coherence of theme or form within the exhibition mode of exposition?
24. An art critic also needs a gift for persuasion, perhaps rather more than a head for exposition and argument.
25. And by 1895, the city was ready to strut its stuff when it hosted the Cotton States International Exposition.
26. The judge commended not only his elegant and thorough analysis but also his lucid exposition of the work.
27. Instead he voiced the heartfelt hope that Congress would appropriate the money to keep the Exposition open for another year.
28. An unique feature of our Parish life is perpetual exposition of the Blessed Sacrament.
29. He patented the telephone in February 1876 and exhibited his new invention at the Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia that same year.
30. Mr Prager has been appointed one of the commissioners to the Paris Exposition.
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