e.g.

[ US /ˌiˈɡi/ ]
ADVERB
  1. as an example
    take ribbon snakes, for example
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How To Use e.g. In A Sentence

  • For example, utter the words: "A house is my fire," and observe the comparative duration of time in the pronunciation of each word, the comparative stress, and the relative pitch (e.g. of _a_ and _fire_). The Principles of English Versification
  • Several chapters cover the basics of clean room technology, e.g., lithography, etching and layer deposition techniques.
  • A slight aspirate preceding and modifying the sibilant, which is, however, the stronger of the two consonants; _e.g. hsing_ = _hissing_ without the first _i_, Myths and Legends of China
  • Thus, for e.g. while laser ablation may halt the progression of diabetic nephropathy, it certainly does not restore eyesight. Dr. Sharma’s Obesity Notes » Blog Archive » Why Obesity Management and Weight Loss are NOT the Same
  • E.g. the genes are found in sea urchins and other non-vertebrate deuterostome genomes. Assessing Applegate's Attack
  • The only way to break such impasses is not through some kind of plausibly democratic process -- e.g., Balkinization
  • The uniform canopy is dominated by broadleaf species, mainly kamahi (Weinmannia racemosa) and tawa (Beilschmiedia tawa), with some emergent podocarps (e.g., rimu and matai). Northland temperate forests
  • Moreover, in the case of conations, and in any other cases where it applies, see if the word ‘apparent’ is left out, e.g. ‘wishing is a conation after the good’, or Topics
  • This kind of apsidal (or elsewhere even oval structures) houses ideal for thatched roofs were especially quite common during the Geometric Period (e.g. in the oldest Greek colonies at Old-Smyrna, Miletos, Ephesos; in many sanctuaries or houses on the Greek mainland, such as at Eretria, Perachora, etc). Interactive Dig Sagalassos - Tepe Duzen Report 2
  • First, we may try to assume, or tediously enucleate a consensus of religious truth as a basis of will training, e.g., Youth: Its Education, Regimen, and Hygiene
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