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USE applied IN A SENTENCE

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To these organisms, therefore, the experiments of Nussbaum cannot be applied.
He discovered, to his misfortune, a small grated window, to which he applied his eye.
No general, regional name was ever applied to these Indians, but a few individual rancheria names have been preserved.
The Maoris themselves have observed this fact and applied the principle to their own obvious fate.
It supposes in that to which it is applied a present existence; and is the negation of a beginning or of an end of that existence.
PEARLS OF THOUGHTMATURIN M. BALLOU
The term "the rest," applied to persons, occurs in the following passages of the Apocalypse in addition to that before us: chaps.
Dramatic instinct as applied to listening on the stage, and everywhere, is apt to be overlooked.
Never in Barbier's memory had any Manchester lad so applied himself to learn French before.
This applied morning after morning to old and dirt-covered oil paintings will greatly restore them.
The term is also applied to any inversion in order of events, arguments, &c.

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