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for example. I've lived in many cities, for instance, Boston, Chicago, and Detroit. Jane is very generous. For instance, she volunteers at the hospital and gives money to charities.
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as an example: My books have sold well. My most recent one, for instance, sold 100 000 copies.
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As an example; for example.
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For instance, one particular substance, 'man', cannot be more or less man either than himself at some other time or than some other man.
For instance, those which describe lowly, peaceful, and affectionate home life; those which deal with love, in any and all forms, from mere kindly feeling and honest good will toward the passing stranger, clear up to courtship; those which deal with outdoor Nature, in its softest and loveliest aspects--with meadows and forests, and birds and flowers, the fragrance and sunshine of summer, and the moonlight of peaceful winter nights; in a word, those which deal with any and all forms of rest, respose, and peace; those also which deal with the creatures and marvels of fairyland; and lastly and chiefly, in those words which express pathos, is the language surpassingly rich and affective.
Variances, for instance, are often necessary to make a project functional, but how are they obtained?
For instance, individuals in the Minneapolis, Minnesota, Police Reserve do this by educating about bicycle safety and producing fingerprint identification cards for children.
William Blum, for instance, in Killing Hope, cites dozens of cases just since World War II where the United States played a prominent destabilizing role.
In the United States, for instance, in the closing decade of the twentieth century, we know that "males are overwhelmingly the victims and perpetrators of violence .
They had observed, for instance, that X-ray photons trigger swarms of excitons in semiconductor materials.
Tented events, for instance, pose a potential for fire and suffocation, while outdoor events may have other exposures related to them.
For instance, one recent change involved the lifting of previously stringent requirements for universities regarding the size and type of physical campus required as a base of operations--an expensive burden that an e-learning-focused institution could, at least in concept, do fairly well without.
MySQL, for instance, lacks a bunch of enterprise features found in commercial databases from Oracle, IBM, and Microsoft.
For instance, 11 percent of women diagnosed with ovarian cancer are under 65, (16) while nearly half of all cases of cervical cancer are diagnosed before age 35.
For instance, a chapter on listening skills instructs readers on how to double the value of every presentation for the listener as well as the presenter.
For instance, in Thomas, when Jesus asks his disciples, "Who Am I?
Contraband waste, for instance, is usually dumped in underdeveloped countries that lack the legislative and technical controls needed to protect vulnerable populations.