Users Ushas

Uses

Meanings and phrases

other uses

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E.g.
  • Affine spaces have many other uses in mathematics.
  • They can have other uses too in the biological field.
  • This word is unrelated to other uses of mace in English.

uses the same

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E.g.
  • The game uses the same Activision game engine as "".
  • The doubles competition uses the same format.
  • It uses the same S-box as AES in a custom construction.

system uses

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  • The S-125 system uses 2 different missile versions.
  • The base ELS Premium system uses 10-speakers.
  • DragonFly BSD's HAMMER file system uses a modified B+-tree.

uses the term

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  • He uses the term "deja vu art" to describe his work.
  • He mainly uses the term at the start of most matches.
  • A 1796 book uses the term "vulgar era of the nativity".

then uses

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  • She then uses robot monkeys to attack Pip.
  • He then uses Daniel to further clarify his thinking: (Dan.
  • Gina then uses a video (and Amy's car) to change the tire.

often uses

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E.g.
  • The bald eagle often uses this area for wintering.
  • She often uses family photographs in her practice.
  • The International Task Force often uses the port as a base.

game uses

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E.g.
  • The game uses the ClickTeam Installation program.
  • The game uses the same Activision game engine as "".
  • Each round of this game uses up one entangled state.

still uses

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E.g.
  • He still uses the Hughes & Kettner Coreblades.
  • She liked the name and still uses it today.
  • The Community of Christ edition still uses the code names.

uses only

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E.g.
  • Each of which uses only special characteristics.
  • SAT itself (tacitly) uses only ∃ quantifiers.
  • are impossible to solve if one uses only compass and straightedge.

now uses

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E.g.
  • The French navy now uses four Gigs for this purpose.
  • He now uses Dean acoustic V models.
  • Agriculture, also very strong, has diversified and now uses modern technology.

uses both

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E.g.
  • Colman uses both similes to describe the miracle.
  • French uses both the active voice and the passive voice.
  • Standard Serbian uses both the Cyrillic and Latin scripts.

uses include

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  • Other uses include the design of computer fonts and animation.
  • Other uses include storing and fermenting fish paste and chili paste.
  • Its uses include control of downy mildews, rusts, and redfire disease.

player uses

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  • Even the armor suit and gun the player uses is there.
  • Each player uses an eight-way joystick and one button.
  • The player uses a 1.8-inch 20 or 40 GB hard drive from Hitachi.

many uses

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E.g.
  • The remaining parts of the plant have many uses.
  • There were many uses for cacao among the Maya.
  • They are very popular in Myanmar as they have many uses.

method uses

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  • This method uses the powerfully rising and sinking air in mountain waves.
  • Another HTTP-based tunneling method uses the HTTP CONNECT method/command.
  • The theoretical method uses astronomical formulas to know the Sun's place.

land uses

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  • Principal land uses in the watershed are agriculture and forest.
  • The two townships, split by the Matchaponix Brook, consist of similar land uses.
  • This can affect the flows of rivers, and has consequential impacts on other land uses.

uses the word

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E.g.
  • To explain this, Saussure uses the word "bœuf" as an example.
  • An open transition usually uses the word "comprises" or "comprising".
  • Modern fiction instead uses the word "gnomess" to refer to female gnomes.

uses the name

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E.g.
  • Cavallino Magazine uses the name, but not the logo.
  • Later on he uses the name "Buddy".
  • Only the latter uses the name Labeo, so there is no link between Labeo and Bacon.

industrial uses

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E.g.
  • It has both medical and industrial uses.
  • Due to its instability, it has no practical industrial uses.
  • McDonald shirt factory and other light industrial uses for 80 years.

only uses

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E.g.
  • This only uses the center of the lens' projected image.
  • Atora only uses suet from cattle and sheep.
  • (A manual is a trick whereby the skateboarder only uses two wheels.)

uses such

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  • The wide trail is open to non-motorized uses such as hiking and biking.
  • It is also a supplier of plastics for uses such as CD pressing and circuit boards.
  • The discussing style uses such lines as: That is the way Schweitzer conducted his theological refutation.

currently uses

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E.g.
  • Wink 104 currently uses the "Z+" jingle package from JAM.
  • progeCAD currently uses OpenGL hardware graphics technology.
  • He currently uses a Washburn seven-string single-cut guitar.

uses many

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E.g.
  • Bosnian cuisine uses many spices, in moderate quantities.
  • She uses many of the Land's inhabitants.
  • Holst uses many colourful effects to vary the chaconne theme.

film uses

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  • In addition, the film uses Leon Klatzkin's score from the 1950s TV series "Adventures of Superman".
  • The film uses the Welsh spelling for Arthur's nemesis, "Modred", rather than the more common "Mordred".
  • The film uses a soundtrack by Lev Shvarts who worked on all three films of the trilogy among many other films.

uses several

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E.g.
  • Xsan file system uses several logical storages to distribute information.
  • To achieve this he uses several methods and concepts taken from his teachers.
  • ISIL uses several cameramen to record the attack, from minimal 3 to maximum 5 camera zoom and angles are used.

uses a variety

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E.g.
  • Mike Will uses a variety of production equipment to create beats.
  • Byron uses a variety of materials, such as crayon, wood, and paper.
  • He also uses a variety of musical styles, including neo-classical and techno.

uses different

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E.g.
  • The production uses different filming locations.
  • The team uses different kits for home and away games.
  • An asynchronous FIFO uses different clocks for reading and writing.

uses a weighted

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E.g.
  • On Metacritic, which uses a weighted average, the series has a score of 59 based on 15 reviews.
  • Metacritic, which uses a weighted average, assigned the series a score of 56 out of 100 based on 7 critics.
  • Metacritic, which uses a weighted average, assigned the series a score of 54 out of 100 based on 7 critics.

version uses

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E.g.
  • One version uses the system's GIO expansion bus.
  • The following Standard Forth version uses Core and Core Extension words only.
  • The seventh version uses a streamlined version of "D&D 4th edition" mechanics.

uses a combination

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E.g.
  • Paul uses a combination of bartering and manipulation to stay by Albert's side.
  • XAP uses a combination of RAM and Flash to handle both speed and cost requirements.
  • The Feistel cipher uses a combination of substitution and transposition techniques.

commercial uses

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E.g.
  • Agar, a gelatinous substance derived from red algae, has a number of commercial uses.
  • At one point the watermilfoil covered of the lake, impairing its recreational and commercial uses.
  • This right is only related to commercial uses and does not cover non-commercial uses of the design.

different uses

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E.g.
  • There are many different uses for the dative case.
  • Different drum sounds have different uses in music.
  • Over the years, Deer Island has had several different uses.

company uses

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E.g.
  • The company uses proprietary Software Development Kit (SDK) that encodes data into sounds.
  • The company uses antique machinery together with up-to-date equipment, such as a £120,000 scouring machine.
  • The hybrid electric tractor units were the standard bulk delivery truck the company uses for large deliveries.

uses various

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E.g.
  • A trained chef who uses various swords to fight.
  • The poetic work uses various metres for different moods and situations.
  • "The Number Song" uses various breakbeats and vocal samples of count-offs.

uses a different

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E.g.
  • The Eurosystem, on the other hand, uses a different method.
  • SECAM, though, uses a different modulation approach than PAL or NTSC.
  • Each user in a CDMA system uses a different code to modulate their signal.

uses the following

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E.g.
  • Robert Gardos uses the following styles for play:
  • The Boston Police uses the following vehicles.
  • In the proof one uses the following alternative definition of the canonical map.

uses more

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E.g.
  • The plant uses more than 4 million tons of coal each year.
  • It is claimed that the stadium uses more electricity than the whole country of Liberia.
  • In general, a component that is switching uses more energy than an element in a static state.

various uses

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E.g.
  • After that time, the building served various uses.
  • Chervil has had various uses in folk medicine.
  • Often, multiple CTs are installed as a "stack" for various uses.

uses all

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E.g.
  • The B-tree uses all of the ideas described above.
  • She uses all those phallic symbols on the guy."
  • He is going to have one that he uses all of the time."

uses a single

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E.g.
  • The mine uses a single black plastic UANU-1 fuze.
  • And additional variation uses a single set of 6 cards, and regular dice.
  • The system uses a single piston to directly inject fuel into 5 orbiting chambers.

song uses

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E.g.
  • The song uses a modified I–IV–V chord progression.
  • The song uses a I-V-IV chord progression in the key of F major.
  • The song uses an interpolation of Billy Ocean's "Caribbean Queen".

uses a similar

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E.g.
  • The Bombardier Itino uses a similar angled window pillar design.
  • The World Factbook uses a similar definition and adds also Slovenia.
  • The rosé wine, vinho rosé, uses a similar variety of dark grapes as the red.

variety of uses

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E.g.
  • Tigers have a variety of uses for their tails.
  • There are a variety of uses for thyme oil.
  • The house has seen a variety of uses.

typically uses

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E.g.
  • Timber framing typically uses a "bent."
  • A gas forge typically uses propane or natural gas as the fuel.
  • American old-time music typically uses the five-string, open-back banjo.

frequently uses

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E.g.
  • This moth frequently uses milkweeds ("Asclepias" spp.)
  • To be plain and intelligible he frequently uses trivial expressions.
  • "C. ligatum" frequently uses its radula to rasp on, i.e., bite, its non-predators.

system that uses

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E.g.
  • Another system that uses a filter wheel is Dolby 3D.
  • Their size and corrosive nature can present problems with any system that uses them.
  • Some brands use a standardized numbering system that uses seven ranges of relative thickness of yarn.

instead uses

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E.g.
  • It instead uses secondary treated sewage water in its cooling system.
  • Modern fiction instead uses the word "gnomess" to refer to female gnomes.
  • STORM instead uses immunolabeling of endogenous molecules in the sample with antibodies tagged with organic fluorophores.

series uses

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E.g.
  • The series uses two pieces of theme music.
  • The series uses a cel-shaded look.
  • The 1NZ series uses aluminum engine blocks and DOHC cylinder heads.

uses its own

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E.g.
  • ReMarkable uses its own operating system, named Codex.
  • Afghanistan uses its own space satellite called Afghansat 1.
  • The Association uses its own definition of a production vehicle.

new uses

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E.g.
  • One of its few new uses is in cadmium telluride solar panels.
  • Piene is also noted for having explored new uses for broadcast television.
  • Helen offers to be Anthony's teacher, and help him find new uses for his power.

school uses

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E.g.
  • The school uses StudyWiz and Managebac as its e-learning platforms.
  • The school uses a 'card' system to either discipline or commend behavior.
  • The school uses the IB Primary Years Program (PYP) as a curriculum framework.

uses his powers

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E.g.
  • This is the most times he uses his powers in the movies.
  • He uses his powers to get revenge on Caulder and his Doom Patrol.
  • He uses his powers to spread falsehoods to provoke humanity into conflict and war.

medicinal uses

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E.g.
  • The plant has a number of historical medicinal uses.
  • 1611) published herbals covering the medicinal uses of plants.
  • It is used as a hedging plant in northern India and has medicinal uses.

first uses

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E.g.
  • The first uses of the term 'baroque' for music were criticisms.
  • One of its first uses was to hold three hundred Finnish grenadiers as part of the Crimean War.
  • Batman first uses the Bat to escape pursuing police officers after being cornered in a dark alley.

usually uses

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E.g.
  • As for documentaries, Albania usually uses voice-over.
  • An open transition usually uses the word "comprises" or "comprising".
  • He usually uses the word "depressingly" as an adjective, much to Rinne's dismay.

uses a number

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E.g.
  • The Ibrahim Index uses a number of variables to compile its list which reflects the state of governance in Africa.
  • Tognetti uses a number of violins according to need, most frequently the 1743 Guarneri del Gesù violin he has on extended loan from an anonymous owner.
  • NYGASP uses a number of different directors and conductors from time to time, but most of the productions are still directed and conducted by Bergeret.

sometimes uses

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E.g.
  • Paul sometimes uses a style of writing common in his time called a "diatribe".
  • (Dragon Disks, 2003) Crew sometimes uses the noms de plume Li Min Hua, Quean Lutibelle, and Dr. Ddungo.
  • The school sometimes uses the HMS Temeraire grounds, and sports facilities offered by the University of Portsmouth.

medical uses

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E.g.
  • Collagen has many medical uses in treating complications of the bones and skin.
  • MDMA is illegal in most countries and, as of 2018, has no approved medical uses.
  • Trenbolone acetate was never approved for use in humans and hence has no medical uses.

uses the phrase

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E.g.
  • Marla Gibbs uses the phrase in the 1999 film "Lost & Found".
  • uses the phrase: "You made your bed in salad days amongst the ruins".
  • Cursive uses the phrase on the last song of their 2006 release "Happy Hollow".

process uses

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E.g.
  • An alternative process uses a hydrogen-based solution.
  • The above process uses the subcarrier.
  • The process uses abundant materials, and proceeds in high yield.

program uses

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E.g.
  • The program uses pointers to assign variables to values.
  • The program uses two groups of organizations to certify awards.
  • The NASA near-Earth object program uses an assumed albedo of 0.14 for this purpose.

uses a modified

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E.g.
  • The song uses a modified I–IV–V chord progression.
  • DragonFly BSD's HAMMER file system uses a modified B+-tree.
  • Overkill's game, "Payday: The Heist", uses a modified version of this engine.

primarily uses

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E.g.
  • Prismatic primarily uses Clojure and ClojureScript in production.
  • DNS primarily uses the User Datagram Protocol (UDP) on port number 53 to serve requests.
  • The Central African Republic primarily uses hydroelectricity as there are few other resources for energy and power.
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