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Sentence count:44+2 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-01-06Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: axiombeliefprinciplepropositionrulesayingSimilar words: receptionreceptivedeceptivedeceptionprecedeprecedentunprecedentedexceptMeaning: ['prɪːsept]  n. 1. rule of personal conduct 2. a doctrine that is taught. 
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1. Practice is better than precept.
2. Example is better than precept.
3. Example is always more efficacious than precept
4. Armed with such a precept, a number of doctors may slip into deceptive practices.
5. You won't find this moral precept in the scriptures.
6. I believe in the precept of 'Person first, disability second'.
7. A precept that underlies much of Western thought is that people will by nature seek freedom and strive for liberty.
8. We sometimes forget a basic precept of government: Public office is public trust.
9. Use of the equation is based on the precept that particles are dominantly spheres and are of identical densities.
10. What good was his precept in the face of such power and majesty?
11. We live not by law or precept so much as by a sort of knack.
12. Why should we observe the precept against stealing?
13. E - is better than precept.
14. Example is more efficatious than precept.
15. Precept 3 : latticed frame + steel pillars.
16. We all know that "example is better than precept."
17. Exercise is better than precept.
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18. Example is more efficatious precept. - --- Samuel Johnson.
19. Precept has generally been posterior to performance.
20. Why has the Church given this precept?
21. It occurs to me that example is always more efficacious than precept.
22. In other words we would have been better off cashing the precept and keeping the money under the mattress.
23. And consequently their history consisted of events and lives which carried moral and political precept: of incidents loaded with an interpretation.
24. Slaveholders fostered misery amongst their slaves; they clearly did not act upon the precept of loving their neighbours.
25. He took words and ideas seriously and felt that having accepted a moral precept he had to live it.
26. With our new approach we shattered about every Centralism precept there is.
27. Based on analyzing the Qingjiang basin rainstorm's characteristic, studying out its method and precept on the estimation of PMP/PMF.
28. At last, the paper provides the test method of EMC examination and test precept for eliminating troubles on scene, which has combined system engineering practice.
29. Using inductive gauging sensor to measure the swing of lead rail, the method compensate the error of tip by PZT micro motion system. At last the paper has validated feasibility of precept.
30. This paper puts emphasis upon the procession of the control and execution of the frequency-voltage control relay, and mentions the precept of the output of the signals.
More similar words: receptionreceptivedeceptivedeceptionprecedeprecedentunprecedentedexceptacceptconceptinceptionexcept forperceptionscepticalexceptionacceptanceacceptableconceptionconceptualperceptibleapperceptionsusceptibleunacceptablerecessrecederecentconceptualisereceiverecentlyreceiver
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