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“If there is column header text then add it back to the header cell as a label e.”
“The acronym e.d.g.e. translates to Eternal Determination Grants Everything.”
“In addition to clear link text, content developers may further clarify the target of a link with an informative link title e.g., in HTML, the “title” attribute.”
“If a political label e.g "liberal" is associated with an impurity, the disgust response will be imprinted for a long period of time.”
“If Pictish names followed a similar pattern, the main symbol would represent the masculine form of the name e.g.”
“Queen Eleanor of Aquitaine has a walk-on part, and some characters are based on noblemen named in contemporary records but about whom little is known beyond the name e.g Sir Ralph Murdac, who was Sheriff of Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire and the Royal Forests at the time.”
“Some of these people would gladly adhere to a “reasonable” copyright term e.g., 14 + 14 years.”
“However, Zondervan and Breheny both also got longer reading times for the scalar term e.g., 'some' in the condition where there is a scalar implicature.”
“I don't know if that's because of the desire of filmmakers/storytellers to avoid the "horror" label e.g, "it's not horror; it's a supernatural thriller!" or if reflects the difficulty of trying to create an engaging narrative out of a series of creepy scenes.”
“When children sound out a word e.g., A-ma-zon, they instantly connect to meaning.”
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