42 adverbs to describe how to « exist » | Collocation dictionary
The problem with revisiting this book is that so many of Bell's bugaboos from 1973 don't existanymore.
(p.2) Stating that ...many words and usages exiled from East Germany now found a place as free citizens in the world of linguistic glasnost..., he cites only one, Republikflucht , which is a true East German neologism, i.e., a new crime--leaving the country-- which didn't existbefore and has since been eliminated from the penal code.
Dawkins himself notes that after decades of searching, scientists have found no conclusive evidence that life existselsewhere in the universe.
Although asexual strains of planaria existindependently for a long time, they display substantial genetic resemblance.
Identify which components do not yet existanywhere.
The very name - Consumer Affairs - may suggest that the Ministry existssolely for consumers.
This finding is distinct from the observation for AtCOP1, which existsmainly as a homodimer [ 32 ] .
This approach has a strong biological and experimental rationale: proteins used in the same signaling network must existsimultaneously with its activation.
Actually, however, a thing does not and could not existapart from the context from which it has thus been conceptually abstracted.
Yogic stretching is the exercise, stay clear of the token type of stretching that existout there and do some real stuff!
But risk existsprecisely because retailers are uncertain about what demand will be for their products.
The Treaty provides fundamental guidelines about how peoples in Aotearoa society can co-existpeacefully.
Such gender teams do not existeverywhere, however.
Inorganic arsenic existsprimarily in two valence states: arsenite (As III ) and arsenate (As V , or the arsenate ion AsO 4 3-).
Anyway, that got me to thinking: What would Larry have done if USA Today had existedin, say, 1965?
Non-integer alleles probably existsomewhere in the human population for all or nearly all STRPs, but a significant fraction of STRPs do not have frequent non-integer alleles.
But while creativity may exist, it doesn't necessarily existover and over again.
Every person has a right not only to existphysically, spiritually and legally but also to respect for his or her peculiar, individual nature, appearance, honour and reputation."
The first feature under this menu, Mail and News, existspretty much as a remnant of the days before Outlook or Outlook express when Microsoft's Internet Mail was used via Internet Explorer.
We consider models that assume the two activities existseparately, in a loose complex.
Surprisingly, an area existssouth of the Indian Ocean, where waves average up to 7m in height (yellow/red)!
Many stamp clubs existspecially for younger collectors.
This is particularly true for specialized ICU services such as mechanical ventilation, where no information existsspecifically for rural hospitals.
2A, only existstransiently before the formation of 20S proteasome.
Now it still existsuniversally but does know its own powers.
Although this figure looks negligible compared with spending on science in the United States and many European countries, it could still be sufficient to support existingactively working groups at a reasonable level.
On Earth, life existswherever natural sources of water are found, which accounts for the space agency's keen interest in ancient sources of Martian water.
Noeleen commented that anecdotal problems might not existany longer.
On the contrary, it was the fact that life, liberty, and property existedbeforehand that caused men to make laws in the first place.
Apparently such things do not existeast of the Rockies or north of 25 years of age.
Even though they only existelectronically authors of ebooks do their best to make them resemble their printed counterparts.
As these operations existequally throughout the world, there is also a wide variation in the nature of the operating conditions.
There is one God of infinite wisdom, holiness and power, who has existedeternally.
Day 3: Off the Kaikoura coastline existsexceptionally nutritious fishing grounds, due to a particular sea current, this creates ideal conditions for seabirds, Whales and other sea mammals.
A right of appeal to the Court of Appeal existsexclusively only for matters of law.
And yes, sex existsfirmly in the space of culture and personal expectations and decisions.
It is also God's mercy to the wicked because nobody really wants to existforever in a sinful state, cut away from the presence of God who is Love and the source of all good.
This paper sets out a framework for applying the precautionary principle to the release of new and existinggenetically engineered (GE) crops.
For a year, The Gypsy Bar co-existedhappily enough with its neighbours, with a live music program that comprised louder, harder styles of rock, but also pop, jazz, blues, folk, country, lounge and even the odd foray into classical music and theatre.
These experiences don't existinherently.
Triangle Television also presents opport-unities through sponsorship and adver-tising, as well as exposure on existinglocally produced programmes.
Objects were assigned 'rankings' of their probability of belonging to a given class plotted against spatial relationships, allowing for quick identification and correction of errors; for example, an object classified as a Kupffer nucleus (other nucleus) should not existoutside of a certain proximity to a sinusoid.