- n. Plural form of definition.
“One of his examples is a man who throws grains of millet so precisely that he can toss them through the eye of a needle every time.”
“I haven't done a formal study or considered examples from the 19th century, but the modern examples that stand out in my mind (North and South Korea, East and West Germany) seem to support an institutional view.”
“I sometimes wonder whether the failure to give examples is deliberate.”
“The main examples he come up with, though, are Greenland and Easter Island.”
“To the extent that it's possible to pick leaders that matter - such as your examples from the 20th century - they invariably make things worse.”
“I merely suggest that those people consider: first, the truly alarming way that the security situation in Mexico has degenerated since the last time immigration was an active issue (some examples from the last day here and here); and second, the truly insulting way that Democrats rammed through a decidedly unpopular health care bill through Congress*.”
“Cosmology is full of examples from the distribution of chemical elements in the universe to cosmic background radiation (another prediction that TeVeS gets right) at long ranges or large scales flow from small scale phenomena.”
“And if we think a bit harder, we might come up with examples from the Bible and Moses leading Egyptian slaves to freedom.”
“Yes, there have been countless examples from the rescue team and the Chilean government.”
“Our class of six students brought in examples from fieldwork at hospitals and support groups in order to study personal feelings of weakness and fear, as they came up in the course of providing spiritual counseling to others.”
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