How To Use Partial In A Sentence

  • Moreover, she is being asked to do this while remaining scrupulously impartial and keeping the viewer entertained with talk of trade deals, tariffs and employment figures. Times, Sunday Times
  • If you're partial to poultry, the Nostos Special is a good bet at $7.95 for a grilled half chicken and $14.95 for a whole one.
  • A partially blind, poor, black man with little or no book learning outside of the Bible heard a call.
  • Regulate partial existing long distance line.
  • Patients received a conditioning regimen that consisted of total body irradiation (1375 cGy in 11 fractions) with partial lung shielding, thiotepa (10 mg/kg), cyclophosphamide (120 mg/kg), and rabbit antithymocyte globulin (1.5 mg/kg). EurekAlert! - Breaking News
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  • However, the emphasis on structural constraints and formal controls provides only a partial view.
  • A thin sheet of tissue with 1 or more holes in it called the hymen partially covers the opening of the vagina.
  • Thus, local oxygen partial pressure at the alveolar level is much higher than in other vital organs such as heart, liver, and brain.
  • The training sets are both larger and partially disjoint from the testing collections. Boing Boing: November 24, 2002 - November 30, 2002 Archives
  • The partial credit manager's month loan completes the volume even to shrink about 90 %.
  • The BBC must ensure that due impartiality is preserved in its news programmes.
  • The disgusting partiality shown in the accusations was disrelished, as was the resort that had been had to torture. History of the United States, Volume 1 (of 6)
  • He lies on a rock, a mountain looming above him and his naked body partially covered by a white dress.
  • The partial phase of such an eclipse lasts for much longer, some hours.
  • There is a great deal of feeling and perhaps some bitterness, but do you not all agree with me that it is quite possible, since there is a fashion of armament in Europe, and since there has been no withdrawal on the part of the Admiralty from the stand taken by the First Lord some months ago, to have the entire Canadian people approach this situation in a calm and in an impartial manner? Canada and the Empire
  • If you have a partially shaded spot, use Ramonda myconi for its crinkled foliage and lavender-blue blooms in late spring. Times, Sunday Times
  • A literal translation is given of the Arabic themes to highlight the partial loss of orientation through discontinuity of theme.
  • It literally unlocks the prejudice of so many people, and emancipates them from the dungeon of partial judgment. WHAT IS SAID, NOT WHO SAYS IT
  • Still less can they accept impartial public broadcasting combined with a biased press and biased satellite television.
  • Waxy starch gels form a paste at lower temperatures, swell with more water than regular or partially waxy starches, and don't lose water during freezing and thawing.
  • While the transition from nameless minor leaguer to major league leader seemed to happen overnight, he knows it is at least partially a product of his many years of toil.
  • Seven patients had one or more episodes of partial or complete large bowel obstruction and four others were constipated.
  • Urinary incontinence is passing urine when you don't mean to because of partial or total loss of control of the bladder.
  • Hence CI5's involvement, although it had been an assignment with an only partially successful outcome.
  • The single-incision surgery team at SLU Hospital has already performed a number of gastrointestinal procedures, including appendectomies, gall bladder removals and partial colectomies. Newswise: Latest News
  • The broadcasting media are statutorily required to be impartial.
  • Objective : To improve retainers aesthetics and alleviate buccal retainers peculiar sense for patients removable partial denture.
  • Opportunism consists of sacrificing fundamental interests in order to gain temporary, partial benefits.
  • Bodies lay all around, partially or completely entombed in the debris.
  • This is where they have issued what they call a partial activation, not the full crew but about a dozen or so agencies, from fire to some of the other emergency police agencies in the region, in the state. CNN Transcript Jan 19, 2005
  • The back garden is partially railed and partially fenced and has a block constructed shed.
  • A partially nude woman, with folded arms and wearing green socks and purple shoes, stands in the middle.
  • The plants should be grown in a sunny or partially shaded spot and prefer a fertile, moist but well-drained soil. Times, Sunday Times
  • An adjudicator must be, and must be seen to be, disinterested, unbiased and impartial.
  • a partial eclipse
  • Most of you probably know that "formularies" are lists of drugs approved by health insurance companies for partial or full payment "under the terms and conditions of the coverage. Formulary Time: Parody of Auld Lang Syne and Invitation
  • That could mean executives may have to partially repay bonuses or share awards doled out last year. Times, Sunday Times
  • In addition to the presence of neutralizing antibodies, in vitro studies have shown that human adenovirus type 5 hemagglutinates human erythrocytes and is partially inactivated by the classical complement system.
  • CROWLEY: Some on the Bush team were described as seething when they saw the Gore camp release those partial figures out in public. CNN Transcript - Special Event: The Florida Vote: U.S. Supreme Court Turns Tables on Gore - December 09, 2000
  • The fossil material includes complete postcranial remains (many of which are partially articulated) and skulls so well preserved that even the most delicate bones are still intact. Australian Fossil Mammal Sites, Australia
  • [443] We could use the term partial defeater 'for defeaters that don't require withholding B but do require holding it less firmly. Warranted Christian Belief
  • The lamp, standing alone in the midst of confusion, suffered a partial eclipse; and my favourite Dublin meerschaum successfully resisted the dilapidating effect of a fall of several feet. Canada for Gentlemen
  • I have a vague sense that dramaturgs may be a partial answer to the director capture problem, but I don't know enough about theatre to say.
  • He had partially unveiled the face of Nature, but her immortal lineaments were still a wonder and a mystery. Chapter 2
  • The author, who seems to intend the character of Bonvolio as good, meant perhaps to shew, how the best minds, in a state of faction and discord, are detorted to criminal partiality. Notes to Shakespeare, Volume III: The Tragedies
  • A partial eclipse of the moon occurs when it is partly in the shadow.
  • Surgery on his left shoulder involved unjointing it and inserting a pin, leaving him with only partial use of that arm.
  • Zhang EY, Stein R, Chang S, Zheng Y, Zderic SA, Wein AJ, Chacko S: Smooth muscle hypertrophy following partial bladder outlet obstruction is associated with overexpression of non-muscle caldesmon. Publications of the Urology Division
  • The parent bird partially digests food in its crop.
  • Look there, and tell me, without partiality, which is the handsomest of those two that lie asleep, the young man or the young lady. ' Fairy Tales from the Arabian Nights
  • They were constructed carefully, sometimes as exact circles, sometimes as partial ellipses.
  • Two large washtubs or large gourds are placed next to each other and partially filled with water.
  • He was suffering temporary partial paralysis in his legs. The Sun
  • In this way, the energy released by the exergonic reaction can be partially harnessed to drive the endergonic one.
  • It could only do some partial unifications, such as the geometry of conics and the theory of equations.
  • The burden must rest, however, upon the partially improvised text.
  • The work has since been partially restored but it remains a shadow of its former self. The Sun
  • It was partially stripped and disassembled, basically thousands of parts in boxes and no directions!
  • a partial monopoly
  • In itself that is no objection provided the witness is fair and impartial.
  • It is said that the math teacher seems partial towards bright students.
  • The species grows as a partially herbaceous deciduous vine, with fairly pale green, somewhat cut foliage and campanulate light rose-purple flowers.
  • That ecotourism is one of Belize's tickets to development is at least partially a result of the environmental history of Belize.
  • Amyloid fibril formation depends on a partial unfolding of the native protein.
  • Especially the partial person cropland in them at duty, domesticity also appeared temporary difficulty.
  • Pur - ification, partial characterization and preparation of antiserum to the en - zyme. Recently Uploaded Slideshows
  • After the egg has been fertilized by the male, the blastoderm, or primitive skin, forms, and subsequently two layers, or embryonal membranes, appear; the outer is called the amnion (Fig. 114, _am_), while the inner visceral membrane (_db_) partially wraps the rude form of the embryo in its folds. Our Common Insects A Popular Account of the Insects of Our Fields, Forests, Gardens and Houses
  • He was only partially dressed; his face had the peculiar bulginess of the hard drinker; his eyes were watery and shifty, and several days 'growth of beard, with patchy grey and black spots, gave a stucco effect to his countenance. The Cow Puncher
  • This resulted in the conversion of English iron works to coke - a partially combusted form of coal generated in much the same way as charcoal.
  • This would allow direct measurement of how far senescence in the original population had been caused by accumulation of partially recessive mutations.
  • Other visual symptoms may include amaurosis fugax, diplopia and partial loss of vision.
  • Shipment during May with partial shipment and transshipment allowed, sellers option.
  • A general equation for determining the neutral axis in partially prestressed concrete T or I Section beams with tension and compression reinforcement is presented in this paper.
  • These data partially agree with our results but cannot be made completely consistent.
  • Independent characters when used as partial components in compound characters sometimes occur in different positions in these more complex graphs.
  • It was a slightly glum day, the vivid blue of the sky partially hidden by overcast, and the silky gray rainbirds taking flight in the chill air.
  • The partial negative charge on the oxygen atom makes it susceptible to acid catalysis.
  • We offer impartial advice on tax and insurance.
  • The pope and the king of France taught Edward II to dissolve the preceptories, to the number of twenty-three, belonging to the Templars; in 1410 the Commons petitioned for the confiscation of all church property; in 1414 the alien priories in England fell under the animadversion of the government; their property was handed over to the crown and they escaped only by the payment of heavy fines, by incorporation into English orders, and by partial confiscation of their land. The Age of the Reformation
  • Cu-Pb-Zn ore bodies are located in outer contact zone of intermediately acidic granite(partially layered skarn) and the ore occurs as dissemination and fracture-filling.
  • Williams 'position, here, is compatible with the claim that the impartialist considerations actually obtain in this case. Moral Reasoning
  • While some herbs, such as angelica or woodruff, do well in partial shade, the big boys, including basil, oregano and sage, need full sun. News for Richmond Times-Dispatch
  • Thus if the second casualty is due to an excepted peril, the rule of merger which applied in the case of an unrepaired partial loss to defeat the claim has no application.
  • But corruption is only a partial explanation of some of the key strategic decisions taken by the governments.
  • Chris, these people have such short memories that I think it only extends partially into the Bush era, which is rosily remembered as a utopia of liberty even though illegal wiretapping and members of the cabinet cashing in on the war on terror were a hallmark of the Bush years. On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...
  • In in vitro preparations of partially purified enzymes, the functional distinction between intracellular and extracellular calcium is lost.
  • They develop a device that will assist a man with partial locked-in syndrome to communicate with people - often in his own voice. Times, Sunday Times
  • This led to the partial abandonment of physical controls and a move towards financial disciplines for the nationalised industries.
  • Decoherence seems to yield a (maybe partial) solution to the problem, in that it naturally identifies a class of ˜preferred™ states (not necessarily an orthonormal basis!), and even allows to reidentify them over time, so that one can identify ...anything but love...
  • Judges are supposed to be impartial and immune to influence or prejudice from outside the courtroom. The Sun
  • Newt Gingrich broke a vital trust when he forced the partial government shutdown for three weeks over Christmas of 1995.
  • Silly and partial encroacher! not to know to what to attribute the reserve I am forced to treat him with! Clarissa Harlowe
  • I'm yet to discover a way to convert a top to a body outfit/part, which would address the above problem partially, despite a few token efforts at file renaming (the .bmps exported are preceded with top~ or body~) and hex editing (the .package file refers to the file names it expects to find for the .bmps). Galactic North
  • In consequence we have developed restrictive practices and engineering, at best, are only partially aware of the business objectives.
  • Two other Innes novels with partial Oxford settings are Stop Press and Operation Pax.
  • The council today insisted the licensing committee included cross-party representation and would be impartial.
  • it is an offshoot of boules, but with different rules, and using a partially sloped pitch.
  • The other trump card of the pessimists, erotic desire, is notoriously restless and insecure, and apt to deliver only partial fulfilments.
  • The semiconductor sector will be slow to recover, with any pick-up in volumes likely to be partially offset by pressure on price. Times, Sunday Times
  • Antisera against KLH induced positive CHR but not positive COP. The results of reciprocal inhibition experiment indicated that there is a partial cross antigenicity between KLH and SEA.
  • I'm not partial to mushrooms.
  • These holdings would provide investors a partial guaranteed return, denominated in their own currencies, and the government securities would explicitly guarantee the value of the fund's capital.
  • Symptoms of the severe stage include oliguria (decreased urine output), hypoxemia (low partial pressure of oxygen in the blood), low platelet count, trouble breathing, areas of mottled skin or a sudden change in mental state or condition. eHow - Health How To's
  • And pity the nine million partially deaf people on these islands. Times, Sunday Times
  • Light from the partially eclipsed sun filters through the clouds over Varna, Bulgaria, on Tuesday, creating a Cheshire Cat grin.
  • `Have I come here to listen to you being impartial and fair-minded ? MURDER MOVES IN
  • He's partial to sporty women with blue eyes.
  • The 'pseudoscope' (Wheatstone was partial to exotic forms of speech) was introduced by its professor in 1850, and is in some sort the reverse of the stereoscope, since it causes a solid object to seem hollow, and a nearer one to be farther off; thus, a bust appears to be a mask, and a tree growing outside of a window looks as if it were growing inside the room. Heroes of the Telegraph
  • Fully recessive mutations are maintained in higher frequencies than partially recessive ones and thus cause greater declines in fitness under consanguineous matings.
  • I find that this security agreement was primarily oral, but it was also partially written.
  • Cement has been partially effective, as it acts to seal the bone and prevent osteolysis.
  • In the face of the current crisis in contract doctrine, however, recent studies have partially overcome this disciplinary isolation.
  • The elderly Thaumaturge, dressed all in grey samite, lifted Ullanoth's right hand, which had been partially covered by her gown. IRONCROWN MOON: PART TWO OF THE BOREAL MOON TALE
  • If the penectomy is partial, you may still be able to achieve an erection.
  • Hector, being taken ill, consulted on his case some of the witches or soothsayers, to whom this family appears to have been partial.
  • Consequently, the more electronegative atom has a partial negative charge.
  • The work has since been partially restored but it remains a shadow of its former self. The Sun
  • These loans were considered partially to blame for the credit crunch. Times, Sunday Times
  • There is access from here to a partially floored attic with pull-down ladder.
  • Below is a partial list of members who are giving their time and expertise to various community organizations-some of whom are volunteering for more than one group.
  • The researchers found no separated bones or partial skeletons, which suggests that the dinosaurs were rapidly entombed while still alive.
  • The police managed to restore calm and the curfew was partially lifted.
  • I shall count my country _lost_, in the loss of the primitive _principles_, and the primitive _practices_, upon which it was at first established: but certainly one good way to save that _loss_, would be to do something, that the memory of _the great things done for us by our God_, may not be _lost_, and that the story of the circumstances attending the _foundation_ and _formation_ of this country, and of its _preservation_ hitherto, may be impartially handed unto posterity. Choice Specimens of American Literature, and Literary Reader Being Selections from the Chief American Writers
  • Lesions extending to the upper third of the clivus may be biopsied or partially removed through this approach.
  • You should also know that I'm not really naked, though I may be partially undressed.
  • Several days might be profitably spent by the antiquarian in investigating the contents of the different tiers of galleries; while the geologist would find matter for interesting speculation in the partial intrusion of the older lithoid tufa here and there into the softer and more recent volcanic deposits in which the passages are excavated, and in which numerous decomposing crystals of leucite may be observed. Roman Mosaics Or, Studies in Rome and Its Neighbourhood
  • They have a moral responsibility to be impartial and to show that they are impartial.
  • He had wanted to take his own life but Severn confiscated a bottle of laudanum, a decision the artist later partially regretted.
  • The gigantic columned hall of that temple was partially built during his reign.
  • By these means the notion of my partiality took air, and whether Miss Thrale sent him word slily or not I cannot tell, but on the 25th January, 1783, Mr. Crutchley came hither to conjure me not to go to Italy; he had heard such things, he said, and by _means_ next to _miraculous_. Autobiography, Letters and Literary Remains of Mrs. Piozzi (Thrale) (2nd ed.) (2 vols.) Edited with notes and Introductory Account of her life and writings
  • The truth of all popular traditions as to the healing power of herbs will be tried impartially as soon as men again desire to lead healthy lives; but I shall not in 'Proserpina' retain any of the names of their gathered and dead or distilled substance, but name them always from the characters of their life. Proserpina, Volume 2 Studies Of Wayside Flowers
  • Although she treats the scarring with ointments, balms and appropriate make-up, camouflaging the scars is only partially successful.
  • Before her the shadows danced illusively; the film of brightness changed and shifted; then all glimmering and partial shade were swallowed up in a black chasm. Under the Rose
  • She's a partially blind and deaf thalidomide victim awaiting spinal surgery. The Sun
  • The World Bank's damage assessment in Sri Lanka found about 90,000 homes fully or partially destroyed by last December's tsunami.
  • Inherited oil-bearing fluid inclusions identified in those samples are hosted in a well-cemented and partially recrystallized, rounded pebble of sandstone.
  • Most such specimens are partially coated with a druse of calcite, epidote, and small, clear needle quartz crystals.
  • The large buds of mountain ash and poplars have a sticky, resinous covering that partially protects them from hungry animals.
  • I propose a time draft for US $ 80000 covering the first partial shipment.
  • I plant heirloom vegetables in my garden because I'm partial to the complex flavors of such things as black tomatoes, purple carrots and candy-striped beets.
  • The media can contribute significantly by taking a responsible and impartial stance on conflicts and violence.
  • There were also several polished gems and stones, each serving a different purpose, along with many partially burnt candles.
  • Second, small partially digested food proteins, called peptides, from gluten and casein can act to disturb the normal neurotransmitter function in the brain, and third, they can act as “excitotoxins,” increasing glutamate an excitatory neurotransmitter and creating a chain reaction that overexcites, injures, inflames and ultimately kills brain cells. The UltraMind Solution
  • You are partially correct.
  • That's margarine, vegetable shortening, partially hydrogenated oils, polyunsaturated vegetable oils.
  • As long-time readers will know, I am partial to full beards on men.
  • He's also partially sighted so can only make out shapes and shadows. The Sun
  • However the process of making a planning decision must not only be fair and impartial but must be seen to be so.
  • He was a big influence on Michael Richards - when Kramer enters a room, his rubbery legs and arms splaying almost out of control, he's partially channeling Tati.
  • When there is ending work-in-process inventory, the measure-ment of work accomplished in a period requires that partially completed units be converted to a smaller number of equivalent units.
  • Most Cree and Oji-Cree text written by the Cree elsewhere is unpointed or occasionally partially pointed.
  • Our holiday was only a partial success.
  • This demonstrated that the component sequences amplified as partial gene segments were contiguous in the genome.
  • They observe a kind of partial fast in the morning, knocking back a single espresso while standing at the counter and perusing Corriere della Sera, allowing themselves a few bites of brioche con marmellata, so as to enhance the pleasure of their midday pasta and meat, their broccoletta rabi, pollo a la cacciatore, penne amatriciana, spaghetti al mare. The Italian Summer
  • Taxing capital gains on home sales - partially offset by the abolition of stamp duty - would break this cycle of irrationalism. Times, Sunday Times
  • Only partially the organization of the rooms is a direct consequence of the rigid outer form. The Tsai Residence by HHF Architects & Ai Weiwei
  • I'm partial to French wine.
  • The wall between the kitchen and the dining room has been partially knocked through.
  • Just six of these have been addressed by the government, but only partially.
  • The moon cools your emotions so you can give a relative or close friend the impartial advice that really helps. The Sun
  • For those lucky enough to have had clear skies, the partial solar eclipse yesterday was a wondrous sight. Times, Sunday Times
  • Above all, he must be seen by all political groupings to be unaligned and impartial.
  • Leopards are after all quite as at home in the treetops as they are and on occasion are partial to monkey.
  • (Godwin's, for example) might be referred to as strict impartialist theories. Impartiality
  • Although HUD will not release conclusive results from the recent Counts until this summer, we are already seeing plenty of antidotal information and partial numbers portending bad news. Census Time: Who is Homeless?
  • She's over 90 and has been partially paralyzed for over 10 years.
  • Here, we can observe dentine tubules around which the apatite has been partially resorbed.
  • The anguish caused by Dell's partial exit from Ireland is worthy of a chapter in Angela's Ashes, the Pulitzer Prize winning book about historically impoverished Limerick. Analyst: Ireland must learn from Dell plant closure
  • He poked the partially burned wood a few times with a stick and flames rose and crackled as they burned brighter.
  • Sympathy is the easy option but the moon cools emotions so you can give a relative, or close friend, the impartial advice that helps so much more. The Sun
  • The people on your sidebar are there for a reason, partially because they like you but mainly because their DNA and yours would be likely to result in offspring with good genotypes. How Obama's meeting with Facebook's Zuckerberg should go
  • More sensible use of appliances is always a good approach, but with competition now at least a partial reality, it also pays to work out if you could get a better deal on your existing service. Wednesday, October 29, 2008 | Lifehacker Australia
  • The pale colouring makes it useful for lighting up dark corners in partial to full shade. Times, Sunday Times
  • a partially obstructed passageway
  • However, the line separating circumcision and castration is at times hard to discern in these texts because the mutilation, whether partial or complete, seems to instantiate a form of subjectivity that for all attempts at containment continues to inhere in the narratives and haunts even the most triumphant accounts of victory over Tipu in the early Projection, Patriotism, Surrogation: Handel in Calcutta
  • We will also pursue further studies delineating immediate early gene/cytokine/chemokine expression in human partial liver grafts utilizing cDNA microarrays on liver biopsies obtained after reperfusion, in both cadaveric and living donor partial grafts. Basic Biliary Atresia Research
  • Careers officers offer impartial advice to all pupils.
  • Thus the upper lid covers the eye either partially or completely.
  • Carlisle levelled the scores 10 minutes later when the ball was pushed through a crowded circle past the partially unsighted goalie.
  • Nearly half its projects had a full or partial environmental impact assessment carried out prior to funding.
  • Paramedics turned up at the house and found her body in the lounge partially covered by a blanket.
  • One reported burn incident occurred when partially frozen chicken wings were added to hot oil in a turkey fryer.
  • Impartial rule theory, casuistry, and virtue ethics are all consistent with rather than rivals of a principle-based account when it is properly conceived.
  • Subsequently, she underwent surgery, which included partial gastrectomy, thymectomy, and splenectomy.
  • We will draw the conclusions that are required and endure the consequences as the Word of God instructs us, without prejudice and without partiality.
  • Note: The term partial is basically the same as harmonic, but they are counted in a slightly different way. Recently Uploaded Slideshows
  • Some attempts are being made to bring the spirit of individual sport and glory back to its roots with the Nemean Games, a worthy but only partial successful attempt.
  • The less electronegative atom will have a partial positive charge since the shared electrons spend less time near it.
  • As Justice Ginsburg explained in a concurring opinion, a prohibition of partial birth abortion does not save a single fetus. The Conservative Assault on the Constitution
  • Continued growth increases the risk of partial dome collapse, which could trigger moderate explosions and possibly significant lahars (volcanic mudflows) from the crater.
  • It grows well in partial shade and reaches a height of about four feet.
  • In the past month he has partially refunded a couple who cancelled their wedding. Times, Sunday Times
  • Sulphurous acid breaks down partially into hydrogen ions and bisulphite ions, a form having little effect on micro-organisms such as bacteria and wild yeasts.
  • Interethnic violence had earlier caused the partial separation of the two communities.
  • As mentioned earlier, Zen meditation has partial roots in dhyana, an altered state of consciousness that originated with yoga.
  • During the deodorization process a portion of the canola oil undergoes partial hydrogenation, a fact published in a couple of technical oil processing papers. Blink | The Blog of Michael R. Eades, M.D.
  • The solution of piling up huge amounts of products on back room shelves (increasing operational costs for the retailer) is, in the best case, still only a partial solution.
  • President, regarding these appointments; but the verdict of army and people was that _these first_ selections were made with as much judgment and impartiality as the untried state of the army permitted. Four Years in Rebel Capitals An Inside View of Life in the Southern Confederacy from Birth to Death
  • Paint on oil-based paint, then partially rub off for an antiqued look.
  • Now we are much better known as the place to go for impartial employment advice. Times, Sunday Times

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