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Sentence with the word by

As a check, ask yourself, "How would my choice of clothing be perceived by my Heavenly my earthly someone with unchecked lustful thoughts."

STS-117:  Manifesting of FDRD will slip by 2 weeks to 31 March, but the Compatibility and Cargo Integration Reviews will only slip by 1 week.

Me: “So the confidence interval for the parametric equation can be found by the log of the hazard ratio plus or minus the Z-score times one divided by

His argument can be understood as follows: since Anomalous Monism insists that mental events have physical properties that can be related, by strict law, to the effects of those events, and also insists that such events 'mental properties cannot be so related, it is only ˜by virtue™ of its physical (i.e. strict lawlike) properties that a mental event causes what it does.

Undoubtedly Ronald Dworkin will want to correct what seems like a clear error when he writes, "Only the most naïve theories of statutory construction could argue that such a result [forbidding action such as that taken by the University of California, Davis Medical School] is required by the Civil Rights Act of 1964."

This spirit is strengthened by the courage and inspiration of our leaders and colleagues in South Africa's jails - on Robben Island and elsewhere; by revolutionaries of the calibre of James April, by the vast mass of silent, invisible supporters of the struggle who form part of the ANC underground all over South Africa; by~ the militant morale of activists and leaders released at the end of their long terms of imprisonment.

The truth is, that the accumulation of the animal spirits must be thrown off by exercise, whether the parent or teacher wills it or no; and if the children are not taught to do this _by rule_, as in dancing, they will do it without rule, and perhaps beyond the proper limit, both as to time, place, and quantity.

Learning, and Ignorance of the Antients, told him at last, _That if Mr. _Shakespear_ had not read the Antients, he had likewise not stollen any thing from 'em; _ (a Fault the other made no Confidence of) _and that if he would produce any one Topick finely treated by any of them, he would undertake to shew something upon the same Subject at least as well written by_ Shakespear.

"Was committed, a negro man, has a _scar_ on his right side by a burn, one on his knee, and one on the calf of his leg _by the bite of a dog_."

Dr. Griffith has so ably detailed the "features of disease" that we can do no better than to quote the following: [A] [A] From Griffith's _Care of the B.by_, copyrighted by W.B. Saunders

Yes 'byNo 'byAre you common over tonight 'by?What's up 'by?

I went by your house yesterday, and you were not there.Hey, they have a sale on ground meat over by John's Grocery.

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  • Sentence for "by"
  • Quotes for "by"
  • Synonym for "by"
    • on, on, along, along, past
  • Antonym for "by"
    • principal, main
  • Phrases for "by"
    • standing by, standing by, owned by, caused by, caused by
  • Rhyme for "by"
    • Ai, Ai, Alai, Alai, Ally
  • Cross Reference for "by"
    • by the head, upon the by, by the wind, by the by, full and by
  • Form for "by"
    • byway, byway, bystander, bystander, bypass
  • Same Context for "by"
    • any, any, attraction, attraction, Weltanschauung
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