How To Use A million times In A Sentence

  • Multiply self-contempt a million times, and you have the widespread alienation that marks society today.
  • I reached for the yellow tasseled pillow that was placed on the couch, wanting to beat Sophie with it a million times over.
  • Of course dumbo, you've been there a million times, why?
  • I've heard that joke a million times.
  • To see an air molecule, one must use a complex microscope that can magnify an object over a million times.
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  • On the other hand, a million times the personal merit of Reeves combined with his own could have availed Douglass absolutely nothing in the United States, legal and social proscript that he was, with public opinion generally on the side of the laws and usages against him. West Indian Fables by James Anthony Froude Explained by J. J. Thomas
  • The unary representation of decimal 1,000,000 needs only one type of symbol, but that symbol is repeated a million times.
  • The plot is tedious and overlong, full of scenes you've seen a million times before.
  • Within three months of its posting, her blog had been visited a million times. Times, Sunday Times
  • I’m sure that Ruairi McKiernan of Spunout in Galway is not the only one who can say "I nearly quit a million times". July 2009
  • They were batting their eyelashes a million times a second and showing off their best seductive smiles… yuk!
  • Influenza, whose genes evolve a million times faster than ours, is a master of adaptability.
  • It may be a million times more cutting edge, but it doesn't look half as snazzy. The Sun
  • The energy of attraction between protons and neutrons is about a million times greater than the chemical binding energy between atoms.
  • One nanometre is about a million times smaller than the size of a pinhead. IBM’s Snowflakes Yield Faster Chips | Impact Lab
  • Lisa Orr, director of operations at CAPT, told us that its test is administered about a million times annually, but couldn't say how many consultations were conducted by CAPT-trained counselors. a) Doctor b) Builder c) Cop d) HELP!
  • I've seen it a million times in the clubs and been the victim of it a fair few times on the street.
  • If such a transistor is cooled to just above absolute zero, -273 degrees Celsius, and is exposed to a magnetic field a million times stronger than that of the earth, the remarkable phenomenon discovered by Störmer and Tsui sixteen years ago appears. The Nobel Prize in Physics 1998 - Presentation Speech
  • Annette did a short shrug that I'd seen her do a million times during the interview.
  • Because, I have looked into a panoramic view of those deep broody eyes a million times over the last few years.
  • I\'ve made my list and checked it a million times; selected and reselected my gear; said my goodbyes and received good wishes and safe travel blessings from near and far. Tracy L. Barnett: Southward Bound
  • A million miles from nowhere, is better than going nowhere, a million times. Anthony Liccione 
  • A zettabyte, incidentally, is roughly half a million times the entire collections of all the academic libraries in the United States.
  • choco-lemon's diary choco-lemon's Diaryland Diary nerves up until lunch this was a completely horrible day. it picked up when me, lindsay, and krist stopped at murray to buy a quatch. once we smoked i bowl i felt a million times better. and that scares me. nerves
  • They were batting their eyelashes a million times a second and showing off their best seductive smiles… yuk!
  • Jonathan Steele, who recently returned to follow up on that story, quotes a young man who lost half his family in Halabja saying of the memorial, "If they rebuild it a thousand times, I will burn it down a million times. Archive 2007-03-01
  • Typically the corona is a million times fainter than the solar surface, which is why it cannot be seen except when the photosphere is mostly extinguished.
  • I'm sure this has been pointed out a million times already but I feel that I have to as well.
  • The chemical toxicity of inhaled uranium trioxide (uranyl oxide) gas vapor fumes is much worse - about a million times worse - than the radiation from inhalation of any of the other oxides.
  • Even tasks I have done a million times alone become impossible feats when others are watching.
  • Imagine that hurt multiplied a million times. Times, Sunday Times
  • Ye shall see them at rule, at victorious armies, at all the joy; and there shall be in them a joy a million times greater than this.
  • Seen from a million times further away, quite different kinds of structures and regularities may appear.
  • Our interneuronal connections in our brain, for example, process information at chemical signaling speeds of a few hundred feet per second, compared to a billion feet per second for electronics - electronics is a million times faster.
  • Slipping away from the Bombers was bliss-makingAya had chanted the name Yoshio Nara about a million times. Scott Westerfeld: Uglies Quartet
  • I've made my list and checked it a million times; selected and reselected my gear; said my goodbyes and received good wishes and safe travel blessings from near an ... Tracy L. Barnett: Southward Bound
  • A human neurone is about a million times slower than a switch in a digital computer.
  • I felt a million times better, almost human again and positively cheerful. BLACK KNIGHTS: On the Bloody Road to Baghdad
  • I drove a sports car about a week ago and the brakes are about a million times better than that.
  • They eat about a million times more seed than the little House Finches, they knock the feeder all catawampus (great word), spill seed all over the place and dig around in the window box where an already struggling Danish (as in, from Denmark) Lilly of the Valley clings desperately to life. trinityboy Diary Entry
  • I've made my list and checked it a million times; selected and reselected my gear; said my goodbyes and received good wishes and safe travel blessings from near and far. Tracy L. Barnett: Southward Bound
  • He is a double star, his companion being seven and himself thirteen times massier than the sun; but they are fifty times brighter, and a million times further off, that is to say, one hundred billion miles away. A Trip to Venus
  • Suddenly you have the ability to listen to almost any piece of music ever recorded whenever you like. This is a million times better than just having a few CDs.

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