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Pattern separation is principally used by the brain to convert rich representations into distinguishable declarative memories.
It would not be simply declarative of corporeal existence, but of existence in a particular state or condition.
THE INDIAN IN HIS WIGWAMHENRY R. SCHOOLCRAFT
All Oliver has been able to realize for the last two hours is the mere declarative fact that she is there.
YOUNG PEOPLE'S PRIDESTEPHEN VINCENT BENET
It is the result of kindled emotion, and expresses in exclamatory form what would usually be stated in declarative form.
Each reason given in support of the issues and each subreason should be no more than a simple, complete, declarative sentence.
ELEMENTS OF DEBATINGLEVERETT S. LYON
The topic must be given some definite expression in a declarative sentence before any real argument is possible.
PUBLIC SPEAKINGCLARENCE STRATTON
There are three moods, the indicative or declarative, the imperative or commanding, and the infinitive or unlimited.
LECTURES ON LANGUAGEWILLIAM S. BALCH
He was still more declarative afterwards, as I shall mention by-and-by: but it was half extorted from him.
CLARISSA, VOLUME 3 (OF 9)SAMUEL RICHARDSON
Justification as a declarative act, against Osiander; good works are its fruits.
Now his rle is not so typical and his garb not so declarative.

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