24 adverbs to describe how to « allow » | Collocation dictionary
(The LAT supplies the detail that 39 families who live within 400 yards of the plant still hadn't been allowedhome yet).
Travel times: Allowlonger for travel times than the distance suggests, especially in the North Island, where roads are more winding and traffic heavier.
Australia's most populous state plans to allowseriously ill people to use marijuana as a medicine, following trials of the drug as a pain reliever in several US states, Canada and Europe.
A syndication option allowstop-performing ads to reach users on Google's network of search and content sites, including AOL, Ask Jeeves, EarthLink, AT&T Worldnet, CompuServe, Netscape, ABC.com, and Reed Business.
Sw i2c Control, with support for multi i2c bus ( up to 8 separate i2c BUS lines supported ) allowinggreatly expanded IO capability.
Critics say that the military applies these laws hypocritically, allowinghigh-ranking male officers to get away with affairs but not women or rank-and-file soldiers.
The completed walk allowshitherto unavailable public access to amazingly blue pristine waters.
These results are highly relevant in cancer staging because they provide evidence that (a) quantitative tissue parameters enable diagnosis of lymph node metastases while reducing interobserver variability and (b) that semiautomated reconstructions allowspatially more extensive mapping than is currently possible.
I guess the reason is that we allowedinitially for the Arc form but not for the diminuation in chord from the fabric skins wrapping around the ribs.
But were the Philistines at the barricades allowedinside, I fear they would find little to stoke their fury--or hold their interest.
Mr Davies agreed with this view and further explained that the two main accounting regimes (the UK and the USA) do not allowinternally generated brand recognition in financial statements and neither does the international standard.
Then we are given frabjous, as in O frabjous day!, which The Concise Oxford allowsstraightforwardly as meaning delightful, joyous and has provided the adverb, frabjously.
However, these methods lump together replacement mutations and thus allownegatively selected mutations to conceal positively selected mutations and vice versa ( e.g.
WELLINGTON - A recent decision by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) allowingorganically grown meat to be labelled "certified organic" could mean opportunities for New Zealand farmers.
Digestive organs such as the liver and gallbladder struggle to function effectively and to eliminate toxins, allowingpotentially dangerous poisons to accumulate in the body.
The BMus is a specialist music degree providing an opportunity for intensive study in a particular branch of music, but allowingrelatively little room for non-music subjects.
After 9/11, arguments arose within the Saudi government over whether to allowreputedly radical imams, including Thumairy, to work for the Saudi government in the United States.
The first option, sympathetic resonance, has the advantage of allowingvanishingly small energies to build up, cycle by cycle, into an appreciable motion—like boosting a child on a swing.
Both methods allowsimilarly large numbers of mutational variants to be simultaneously compared and competed, and both methods can potentially be adapted to a range of molecular biology enzymes that act on their own templates, such as restriction endonucleases or DNA ligases.
Commercial fishing is not allowed and usually recreational fishing and seafood gathering is not allowedeither.
This undermines the operation of minimum standard No.6(a) and allowsexcessively high stocking densities to occur.
A priority is to develop and disseminate concepts of health and health promotion that allowexplicitly for health and ill-health.
The UK government and farming community will soon make a fundamental long-term decision: whether to allowgenetically modified (GM) crops to be commercially grown in the UK.