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Accordingly, they need to enumerate the key variables or considerations that determine rankings but not the algorithms themselves.
Tate Ryan-Mosley enumerates a host of others, and notes that most of them are, at least in theory, within our control.
But why enumerate these smaller features of discomfort and omit the more glaring ones?
We will not enumerate all the methods of compromising oneself, for we might become personal.
I might enumerate the priceless gifts they showered on me; gifts bought not with gold but with love.
It will perhaps be more instructive to the reader to enumerate these features and explain them.
HOW MUSIC DEVELOPEDW. J. HENDERSON
To enumerate the topics on which wise and profitable observations will be found in this book would be superfluous.
Enumerate five important measures of the English government affecting the colonies between 1763 and 1765.
HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATESCHARLES A. BEARD AND MARY R. BEARD
He then proceeded to enumerate other evangelical doctrines which they were called upon to abjure.
I said there was one society of which he was not a member, when he began to enumerate them, and at last came to the Zincali.

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