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Periphery in a sentence

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Sentence count:178+3 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-12-19Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: fringeouter boundarySimilar words: cipherepiphanysiphon offripgriptripstripsphereMeaning: [pə'rɪfrɪ]  n. the outside boundary or surface of something. 
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(1) Geographically, the UK is on the periphery of Europe, while Paris is at the heart of the continent.
(2) Houses have been built on the periphery of the factory site.
(3) Homeopathy is on the periphery of medical practice.
(4) Other animals were depicted on the periphery of the group.
(5) Extensive new planting is taking place around the periphery of the site.
(6) The ring road runs around the periphery of the city centre.
(7) Nor was this simply on the eastern periphery.
(8) A conflict with experience at the periphery occasions readjustments in the interior of the field.
(9) They may stay on the periphery watching the recess-time basketball games and jump-rope competitions from the sidelines of the playground.
(10) Invertebrates sometimes use local circuits in the periphery, but many actions demand an integrated response of many parts of the body.
(11) Motor racing had featured on the periphery of her life as far back as she could remember.
(12) Larger granules form a continuous fringe around the periphery of the disk.
(13) Moss moved on the broken trees at the periphery of the golf grass.
(14) The sociological study of religion moved from the centre to the periphery of sociology.
(15) The condition makes it difficult for patients to see objects at the periphery of their vision.
(16) The ideas are also expressed by minor poets on the periphery of the movement.
(17) Many women feel they are being kept on the periphery of the armed forces.
(18) Increasingly, the core-periphery model fails to capture the diversity, in terms of economic performance(Sentencedict)[], of both the periphery and the core.
(19) This would argue for considerable community organization and official control of the division and leasing of land on the urban periphery.
(20) People living in slums due for redevelopment would normally expect to be rehoused on rambling estates around the periphery of the city.
(21) Evident in all aspects of the economy is the imbalance between the prosperity of the periphery and the stagnation of the centre.
(22) Ken's friendships and the way he established them continued to surprise those who were on the periphery of his activities.
(23) Security Government forces made some progress during 1990 in their long struggle against ethnic insurgents operating on the country's periphery.
(24) The position of part-time and contract workers needs to be considered if there is a shift of employment from core to periphery.
(25) That's always a very easy thing to do on the periphery.
(26) They thought the savage had been banished to the periphery.
(27) Change, in industry, commerce, and agriculture, was most evident and most rapid in the periphery.
(28) This would be in addition to the plans to house the long-stay patients in new buildings on the periphery of the hospital site.
(29) FIG. 1 Lymphocytes in each subset disappear at differing rates from the periphery.
(30) But it was one believed by Harsnett to be controlled by the state and at the periphery of society.
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