Definitions

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  • That is.
  • That has.
  • Whose, of which.

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Examples

  • Examples: 'Torture porn' is a term that's bandied about a lot in the film.

    Craven's Primal Therapy

  • It's a term that's been debased because everybody in this world now is a hero.

    Is $61 Billion Enough?

  • The small business is often "a term that's been thrown out by both sides to suit their needs at whatever point they need them."

    Treasury Report Finds Fewer Small Businesses

  • Sainsbury Centre For Visual Arts, Tue to 4 DecRobert ClarkIt's about time that a show tackled postmodernism, a term that's as slippery as it is maligned.

    This week's new exhibitions

  • And just as post-punk emerged to offer a way forward, so a term that's been springing up rather a lot this year is "post-dubstep".

    Tim Jonze's On shuffle: dubstep

  • With its overbearingly charismatic, slo-mo vocal, chomping techno stabs and Roland 303 squiggles twisted into tight new party balloon shapes, this is raw, unbridled fare from a label that's kept up the dark, crunching, nasty end of the dancefloor spectrum for over two decades.

    This week's new singles

  • That's the term that's been attached to her since she shot to worldwide fame before the age of 13....

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • A: It's a term that's so overused; it applies to everything including toilet paper.

    SFGate: Don Asmussen: Bad Reporter

  • The human microphone is the term that's evolved for the system of call-and-repeat that the Wall Street group's loose leadership has come up with to deal with a police ban on any amplification.

    NPR Topics: News

  • Republicans should defend "free enterprise," he said, a term that's preferable to "capitalism."

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