“The name sets the individual apart; it makes him or her unique among all others.”
“The lad serves the farmer faithfully, and at the end of his term sets off home.”
“The title sets the tone for this witty, anecdote-filled book about the role elements have played in science, art, war, commerce, medicine, literature, and other fields.”
“Import-SPMetadatawebservicePartitionData and imports the term sets in the target MMS.”
“The title sets the tone, demonstrating right up front why DuShane's company will be more pleasant than that of an unwelcome visitor proselytizing in your doorway.”
“The title sets up the false premise that charity care (i.e. free or discounted care) is the only measure of tax-exemption.”
“One of their sets is a collection of portraits of scientists and inventors.”
“Can you go into the song and how its title sets up the theme of the album?”
“In fact, Hansen sees the Chinese tradition as centrally concerned with the conflict of daos, which he defines as sets of behavior-guiding practices, including discourses.”
“There are also the correlative abstractive sets which I call the sets of σ-antiprimes.”
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