Instance Instancy

Instances

Meanings and phrases

many instances

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  • In many instances it was considered a mental deficency.
  • The jointed arm is replaced in many instances with a flexible shaft.
  • In many instances, the "message" within the song was simplistic or banal.

several instances

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  • There are several instances where pronouns cannot be omitted.
  • However, UNITA forces fought alongside FAZ forces in at least several instances.
  • There were several instances when women entered the camp, thus entering "male" space.

other instances

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  • No other instances of BrickerBot.4 were seen since.
  • There are other instances of mounted infantry predating this.
  • Numerous other instances exist.

few instances

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  • In a few instances entire families were wiped out.
  • There are a few instances of unreduced , in some words.
  • This version diverges from the novel in a few instances.

most instances

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  • In most instances the cryogenic cycle is followed by a heat tempering procedure.
  • In most instances, the dogs do not wear any equipment (collars, vests, booties, etc.)
  • The presence of SS troops was a common element in most instances of all-out resistance.

both instances

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  • Notably, both instances were with fledgling teams.
  • In both instances, Peter Davison was billed second.
  • St Lawrence qualified for the 10,000metres in both instances.

all instances

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  • The rest of the binding process is similar in all instances.
  • Subsequent to this change, all instances of "*e" were replaced by "a".
  • In all instances, Ballesteros has never confirmed nor denied the rumors.

rare instances

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  • In rare instances, this opacity is congenital.
  • In rare instances, a B unit will run at the front of a train.
  • In rare instances, nerve damage may lead to loss of feeling in the toes and a tingling sensation.

instances when

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  • There were two instances when the blockade nearly turned violent.
  • There are, however, instances when they are considered near equivalent.
  • There were several instances when women entered the camp, thus entering "male" space.

numerous instances

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  • This has been evidenced in numerous instances, in isolated island populations.
  • The numerous instances in which rape or murder is morally affected by social context call this into question.
  • There were numerous instances in sastras and puranas of women getting married again after the death of their first husband.

such instances

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  • Slovak tends to match South Slavic in such instances, e.g.
  • In such instances, the player can restart the level with all characters again.
  • Clare also explores the experience of having one's beliefs challenged, and how to handle such instances.

multiple instances

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  • Today, the gang has been responsible for multiple instances of brutality.
  • On the other hand, some ADTs cannot be meaningfully defined without assuming multiple instances.
  • The film followed the novel closely, with multiple instances of dialogue taken directly from the page.
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