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identifications

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  • n. Plural form of identification.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • In our conversation, I pointed out that we often expect students to regurgitate information on exams most frequently, in short identifications, whereas we just as often expect them to think original thoughts in their papers.

    Plagiary

  • we often expect students to regurgitate information on exams most frequently, in short identifications, whereas we just as often expect them to think original thoughts in their papers

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  • Nolan also called the identifications from the two main witnesses questionable.

    Jury convicts man in 1990 road rage killing

  • It sounds simple, but the identifications are the fruit of 20 years 'labor by Darcy, who says he's determined to bring home thousands of missing WWII fighters.

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  • Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton has just released a new TV ad for Pennsylvanians, featuring citizens with no name identifications who express their upset with Senator Barack Obama‚Äôs remarks about small-town voters.

    Voters in Clinton Ad Strike at Obama - The Caucus Blog - NYTimes.com

  • BM: Yes, well, I probably have way too many "identifications," but I can't help it, perhaps it is a strategy for coping with the bad things in the world that I also allow myself to be fascinated by all of the many and varied interesting and beautiful and ethically and politically powerful phenomena out there.

    Kasama

  • Given this agenda, it has become imperative for these archaeologists to highlight "identifications" of fire altars and of the horse on Harappan seals and to read the hitherto undeciphered script as expressing an Indo-Aryan language.

    The Civic Platform - A Political Journal of Ideas and Analysis

  • "identifications" only two were based on acceptable scientific practices.

    Statistics on the Prisoner of War issue

  • "identifications" that we know a phantom when we see one -- but, even so, how could Roman coins have got to North America -- far in the interior of

    The Book of the Damned

  • Sometimes faulty eyewitness identifications lead to the convictions of innocent people.

    The Conservative Assault on the Constitution

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