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name 문장

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    Examples of name in a Sentence

  • 문장 name
    1. Bartenders usually know their regulars by name.
    2. [ … ] Antonio Vivaldi ’s name is synonymous with seaswept Venice [ … ] .
    3. However, most of DHT systems focus strictly on handling semantics-free, large-granularity requests for objects by identifier (typically a name). They are limited to caching, pre-fetching, or pushing of content at the object level
    4. John Hancock is famous for being the first signatory to the American Declaration of Indepence, and for writing his name large.
    5. It was written by a fellow named Hans S. Tommerholt, and I apologize to you all, but there's actually a slashy thing through the first "o" in his last name,
    6. Well monarchies may own religion's name, / But states are atheists in their very fame.
    7. AEROFOIL. The name given to the lifting wing or, more correctly, to the shape of a streamwise section through such a wing.
    8. Liz said that her name looks yellow, so I assume she’s synaesethetic.
  • 문장 names
    1. epithetic names for the gods
    2. Mary, Elizabeth, and Edith are feminine names.
    3. On this occasion the minister came full-handed. He told her, first, as appears from her notes and letters, that he had definitely decided to appoint a Sanitary Committee at the India Office. He read out the list of names;
    4. Being a light-skinned girl, you get called names. You get called 'lite-brite', you get called 'high yellow', 'redbone'.
    5. The initial letter of names is usually printed with a capital letter. ‎
    6. Names of vessels, as the Kearsarge or the Alabama, are frequently put in italic.
    7. For example, although the ‘vowel killer’ diacritic may be called a ‘pulli’ in Tamil, it is still referred to by the Unicode character names as a ‘virama’. — http://www.w3.org/2002/Talks/09-ri-indic/indic-paper.html
    8. However, common nouns occurring after the names of two or more organizations are lowercased.
  • 문장 named
    1. Whatever a man really is , he is so esteemed and named by Goethe in Faust, quite disregardless of any conventional titles or obloquys he bears.
    2. He was co-founder of Naropa's writing program, the elegiacally named Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics, later that year.
    3. Like baby names, cocktail names are steered by trends: the smuttily named drinks of the ’70s and ’80s — “two Buttery Nipples, please” — led to the “-tini” phase, which spiraled out of control in the late ’90s and hit bottom with the Apple Pie-tini.
    4. NSW all-rounder Moises Henriques has been named captain of the Australia A team to play England in Hobart next week. [2]
    5. Indeed, it was a Watertown, Mass., bikemaker named Sterling Elliot who turned out the first sulkies with small, steel-spoked wheels and pneumatic tires in 1892.
    6. The 'bottom of the harbour' scheme was so named because a company once stripped of its assets, was dumped and, like a body in a cement suit, sank never to be seen again.
    7. His "assistant" was a big bruiser named Pete, who, with his enormous shoulders and menacing scowl, was clearly present for the intimidation factor.
    8. Of “World War II — Austin,” which turns out to lead cachers to a war memorial, a poster named Sumbirdy wrote, “We enjoy virtual caches,” and then, “Thank goodness for the oldies!”)
    9. Two years ago, in this space, I noted the burst in creative attention being paid to tequila, and cited for particular praise a young bartender named Philip Ward, at the East Village cocktailery Death & Company.
  • 문장 naming
    1. 1989: ‘By God, you speak our British language, as we must now call it since the new naming of our kingdom, with a fine accent and fluminous smoothness,’ Dick Burbage said. — Anthony Burgess, The Devil's Mode
    2. According to anthropology, there are six basic patterns of kinship terminology (i.e., "kin naming systems"): Sudanese, Hawaiian, Eskimo, Crow, Omaha, and Iroquois.
    3. Wikipedia article on the naming of organic compounds.
    4. Wikipedia article on the naming of inorganic compounds.
    5. “I have 60 different lachenalias, 10 different freesias, 25 moraeas,” Mr. Canning said, naming a few of his beauties, which, mixed in with big pots of camellias, will bloom from now through March.
    6. naming the problem
    7. The Red Book is the standard reference book for those naming inorganic chemical compounds.
    8. To alleviate the problem of naming genes, reannotation of genes and proteins using a set of common, controlled vocabulary to describe a gene or protein is necessary.
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