A level

NOUN
  1. the advanced level of a subject taken in school (usually two years after O level)
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How To Use A level In A Sentence

  • The abrupt facies shift, bioturbation and cemented nature of the surfaces suggests that they represent marine flooding surfaces, formed during a rapid rise in relative sea level and/or a reduction in sediment supply.
  • Assemble the table on a level surface, turn the top wheel upside down and place the seat wheel on top of it.
  • In her acceptance speech, the winner thanked the almighty and promised to do even better at the all-India level.
  • On land, giant reservoirs holding saline water could be built to offset the rise in sea levels caused by the melting of the polar ice-caps.
  • Added to which there is a large increase in the fees receivable in 1994 to a level of almost £123,000 which accounts for the large increase in the gross profit over the previous and subsequent years.
  • Mass culture is supposedly a leveler and globalizer - by definition, we all share mass cultural references.
  • The formation of coral terraces is interpreted as the product of approximately uniform long-term uplift superimposed on eustatic changes in sea level.
  • Such a level of monitoring is not only impracticable; it is incompatible with intellectual freedom.
  • While maintaining a level of accessibility and providing information are important, this must not dumb the work down, compromise the artists' intentions, or remove the challenge aspect of art that many people thrive on.
  • According to the EPA, fish at the top of the aquatic food chain bioaccumulate methylmercury to a level approximately 1 million to 10 million times greater than dissolved concentrations found in surrounding waters. Field and Stream Report: The Truth about Mercury and the Fish You Eat
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