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1. Books provide children with ideas and a stimulus for play.
2. The new tax laws should act as a stimulus to exports.
3. The nutrient in the soil acts as a stimulus to growth/to make the plants grow.
4. The initial stimulus came from a letter in the newspaper.
5. Tax cuts provided the stimulus which the slow economy needed.
6. Descartes received his stimulus from the new physics and astronomy of Copernicus, Galileo, and others.
7. Foreign investment has been a stimulus to the industry.
8. Light is a stimulus to growth in plants.
9. The discovery of oil acted as a stimulus to industrial development.
10. Her words of praise were a stimulus to work harder.
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11. Interest rates could fall soon and be a stimulus to the US economy.
12. The book will provide a stimulus to research in this very important area.
13. They reach a point where even the smallest stimulus will trigger off a massive reaction.
14. When this is done, assimilation of the stimulus proceeds and equilibrium is reached for the moment.
15. A flat which had seemed to offer stimulus, satisfaction, retreat and self-sufficiency dwindled overnight into just somewhere to live.
16. The trigger is usually some external stimulus, not necessarily an obvious one.
17. A reduction in corporate tax should act as a stimulus to economic activity.
18. The very act of lying down in bed should provide a strong stimulus for sleep.
19. There are practical assignments which feature a wide variety of stimulus materials, in realistic contexts.
20. The human information processing system generally has few problems with spoken or written language, even when the stimulus is noisy or ambiguous.
21. It involves the use of an objection as a stimulus to buy.
22. The child seems unable to explore all aspects of the stimulus, or decenter the visual inspection.
23. This shows that the time to respond to a basic stimulus is fairly small.
24. Its overthrow was a necessary precursor of, and possibly stimulus to, the theories Charles Darwin was developing a century later.
25. Indeed the Faculty encourages interdisciplinary activity and recognises that much innovative work has derived from the intellectual stimulus of multidisciplinary study.
26. This depends on a huge number of different receptor proteins, each tuned to a different sort of chemical stimulus.
27. These latter, as in Wagner's theory, will play their part in lowering the associability of the target stimulus.
28. This argument of course relies on the questionable assumption that eye movements adequately describe the distribution of attention to a stimulus.
29. We can suppose, however, that associations might be formed between the stimulus and the context in which it is presented.
30. The emerging thinking among many educational theorists is that music and the other arts may provide a powerful stimulus to learning itself.
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