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1) Decisions may make reference to expectations and values concerning kin relationships that can only be assumed.
2) Not to be outdone, however, McCain subtly made reference to his own political attributes during remarks on other subjects.
3) It is important and valuable to make reference to other studies that have used the particular sampling method you hope to employ.
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5) The second part is to make references to the principle of the magnetic card reader existed, and to make the magnetic card and magnetic card detector, whichfocused on appliance in engineering fields.
6) However, ancient Chinese literary records make references to maritime people known as ' Yue' occupying China's south-eastern seaboard.
7) I make references to American pop culture throughout.
8) Component implementations are concrete implementations of business function which provide services and/or which make references to services provided elsewhere.
9) The definition string contains the template definition (the static portion of the e-mail), which can make references to outside variables (the dynamic portion).
10) In an atmosphere that is hardly primitive or folkloric, the resort village at the tip of Europe on the Atlantic seems to make references to many modern European cultures.
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