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1. "Breach of the peace" is a notoriously imprecise notion.
2. She was rather imprecise about the cost of the trip.
3. The charges were vague and imprecise.
4. Alcohol affects the brain, making speech slurred and imprecise.
5. The figures are imprecise because they're based on a prediction of next year's sales.
6. The witness's descriptions were too imprecise to be of any real value.
7. The rhythms are very useful, even though quite imprecise.
8. His use of language is vague and imprecise.
9. The imprecise nature of the emotions expressed requires the opposition of formal restraint to produce the dynamism necessary to the convincing poem.
10. One of the most powerful, though imprecise, ways in which music communicates is by its setting and sustaining a mood.
11. The microscopic quantum world is imprecise; it is the domain of Heisenberg uncertainty.
12. The imprecise messages also suggested the bombs were planted by the same cell which targeted north London last week.
13. But the science of carbon sinks is terrifyingly imprecise, scientists warn.
14. However, his logic is imprecise, incautious, and inattentive.
15. The terms he used were imprecise and emotional.
16. The terms he used were imprecise.
17. The integration is necessarily imprecise.
18. The terminology of financial markets can be imprecise.
19. Imprecise calculations show up as fuzz in the picture.
20. Imprecise computation model was introduced to rotational scheduling algorithm.
21. While interactionists admit the existence of roles(sentencedict.com), they regard them as vague and imprecise and therefore as open to negotiation.
22. If the neurons control speech, words slur and become increasingly imprecise.
23. Is knowledge lost from memory or does it change, becoming vague and imprecise, or distorted, or disconnected and fragmented?
24. Although the word reengineering dominates business jargon, as a metaphor for organizational change, it has become wildly imprecise.
25. Many of the terms used in this book are imprecise.
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26. Current data on which regulatory decisions are based, because they are incomplete, give an imprecise estimate of risk.
27. Furthermore the sense in which we describe certain dilemmas, impulses, intuitions, or decisions as moral ones is notoriously imprecise.
28. She had not misread the general gist of his words, imprecise though they were.
29. In particular, how does it come about that the imprecise quantum world yields a precise answer when it is experimentally interrogated?
30. She gave me directions to the hotel, but they were, shall we say, somewhat imprecise.
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