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4710 examples of applications in sentences

I sent my last nurse to a patient yesterday and since then have had two applications for one.

By Jove, Ladies, you get no more of that from me, 'Tis that has spoiled you all; I find Alcander can Do more with a dumb show, than I with all my Applications and Address.

In answer to my repeated applications, he at length proposed that my wife and youngest daughter should come on to "Washington to do the business which he had undertaken, and for which he had secured a handsome payment in advance.

Nor is it the mere sentiment of justice alone that suffices; but this must be sustained in its applications by a certain breadth of nature, a certain freedom and flexibility, akin to the dramatic faculty, which enables us to enter into the feelings and wants of others.

Two or three jurors presented applications for discharge which were patiently considered and acted on by the court.

When one of these princes or viceroys holds his court, in the city of his residence, he is seated on a tribunal, in great state, and receives the petitions or complaints of the people; having an officer called Lieu, who stands behind the tribunal, and indorses an answer upon the petition, according to the order of the viceroy; for they null no applications but what are in writing, and give all their decisions in the same manner.

It is further to be borne in mind that Mr. Spencer has devoted a large part of his life to tracing in detail the applications of his fundamental principles to social, political, religious, and ethical phenomena.

With the possible cosmical applications of his theory Darwin did not concern himself, though the bearing of his hypothesis upon wider problems was at once discerned, and has been set forth by Spencer and others.

In order to fulfil the intent and promote the purposes of their incorporation, the trustees gave public notice that they were ready to receive applications from such as were disposed to emigrate.

Their applications for relief were neglected by the parliament, which had converted to its own use a great part of the money raised for the service of Ireland, and felt little inclination to support an army attached to the royal cause.

Present Applications of the Name.

Invariably, the software applications developed by this community stressed communication over mere data retrieval.

People who developed internet applications in this way were called cyberpunks or hackers, and their antics were often equated with those of Wild West outlaws, hippies, Situationists and even communists.

Whatever the applications envisioned for the communication technology being developed, the operating principles of the finished networking solutions, as well as the style of collaboration required to create them, offered up a new cultural narrative based in collective self-determination.

But yet, as thou'lt see, the Captain's letter to me is admirably calculated to obviate my apprehensions on this score; particularly in that passage where it is said, that her uncle thinks not himself at liberty to correspond directly with her, or to receive applications from herbut through Captain Tomlinson, as is strongly implied.

In all applications by any invalid to obtain a pension in consequence of any disability incurred, no payment therefor shall commence until proof shall be filed in the Department and the decision of the Secretary had thereon; and no pension will be allowed to anyone while acting as an officer of the Army except in cases which have been heretofore adjudged.

Before this period, however, applications under the new regulation had been preferred to the number of 154, of which, on the 27th March, the date of its revocation, 87 were admitted.

Sigismund was one of the first to come to the assistance of his sister, who was soon restored to consciousness by the ordinary applications.

He is a humorist in the large sense, as are Rabelais and Cervantes, although he is also a humorist in various restricted applications of the word that are wholly American.

Prior to and during the last session of Congress upward of 30,000,000 acres of land were withdrawn from public sale with a view to applications for grants of this character pending before Congress.

The applications at the last session contemplated the construction of more than 5,000 miles of road and grants to the amount of nearly 20,000,000 acres of the public domain.

The usage belongs only to particular verbs, and to them not in all their applications.

The truly scientific manamong those, we mean, who devote themselves to such studies as are susceptible of important applications to the affairs and pursuits of daily lifethe truly scientific man does not despise the practice of any art, in which he sees the principles he investigates embodied and made useful in promoting the welfare of his fellow-men.

Some voices evenbecoming every day more feeble, however, and recurring at more distant intervalscontinue to be raised against the utility and the applications of science; as if practice with stationary knowledge were omnipotent in developing the resources of nature; as if a man, in a rugged and partially explored country, could have too much light to guide his steps.

Geography and hydrography obtained higher estimation, and harbour-engineering and ship-building were elevated into more important separate arts, chiefly from their applications to his use.

Applications for her services can be made to Miss Emerson, of the Woman's Bureau, 56 Reade St., New York, or to Rev. Cyrus Richardson, Nashua, N.H. A teacher in the South writes:"We have had a Merry Christmas trying to make others happy.

CREIGHTON, HENRY JERMAIN MAUDE. Principles and applications of electrochemistry.

RIVLIN, HARRY N. Educating for adjustment; the classroom applications of mental hygiene.

Higher mathematics, with applications to science and engineering, by Richard Stevens Burington & Charles Chapman Torrance.

BROWNE, FREDERICK L. Casein and its industrial applications.

SEE Camp, J. M. FRANCIS, CHARLOTTE A. Laboratory manual to accompany Fundamentals of chemistry and applications, by Charlotte A. Francis & Edna C. Morse.

A teacher's guide for the adaptation to brief courses in chemistry, of the textbook Fundamentals of chemistry and applications and of the accompanying Laboratory manual, by Charlotte A. Francis & Edna C. Morse.

FRANCIS, MERRITT M. Laboratory manual to accompany Fundamentals of chemistry and applications.

Elementary functions and applications, by Charles Williams Watkeys & Arthur Sullivan Gale.

BARNES, RALPH M. Motion and time study applications.

BROWNELL, WILLIAM A. Review arithmetic decimals, per cents and applications of arithmetic.

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physics experiments with practical applications.


Fundamentals of chemistry and applications.

Elementary statistics with general applications.

Irmengarde Eberle Koehler (A); 12Jul71; R508910. KOEHLER, WALTER A. Principles and applications of electricity.

Vol.2: Applications.

SEE CROSS, E. A. MACCONNELL, CHARLES M. New schools for a new culture; experimental applications for tomorrow, by Charles M. MacConnell, Ernest O. Melby & Christian O. Arndt.

OFFNER, MONROE M. Fundamentals of chemistry, and their applications in modern life.

HARRIS, ROBERT S. SEE Vitamins and hormones: advances in research and applications.

Piezoelectricity; an introduction to the theory and applications of electromechanical phenomena in crystals.

The Hormones: chemistry, physiology and applications.

Fundamentals of chemistry and applications.

Margaret Jacobs (W); 6Jul77; R666376. R666377. Electron microscopy: technique and applications.

Electricity and magnetism: theory and applications.

Mental testing: its history, principles <pb id='371.png' /> and applications.

Conference methods in industry; a practical handbook of basic theory of group thinking & tested applications to industrial situations.

A manual of pharmacology and its applications to therapeutics and toxicology.

Introduction to quantum mechanics, with applications to chemistry.

RIVLIN, HARRY N. Educating for adjustment; the classroom applications of mental hygiene.

BROWNE, FREDERICK L. Casein and its industrial applications.

SEE Gleeson, D. C. NAYLOR, NELLIE M. Introductory chemistry with household applications, by Nellie M. Naylor & Amy LeVesconte.

SOLLMANN, MARY A. A manual of pharmacology and its applications to therapeutics and toxicology.

A manual of pharmacology and its applications to therapeutics and toxicology.

physics experiments with practical applications.

I wanted to make certain about all the applications for furlough you have been making, so I wrote her.' "'Yes, Colonel.'

Several applications to allow its publication in America have also been received; and, after serious consideration, the editor feels that he ought not to withhold his consent.

He had made over thirty applications, and in no instance had he received one grain of encouragement.

After visiting them, and making some ineffectual applications for their relief, he came to the neighbourhood of Dourlens, expecting to find an asylum with an uncle, who had hitherto escaped the general persecution of the gentry.

If you take away from his long harangues all that regards him personally, you will find only dry applications of familiar principles, and, above all, those studied turns, which were artfully prepared to introduce his own eternal panegyric.

But hereupon I want to concentrate our whole attention, not upon the consequences and applications of the doctrine of loyalty, but upon the most central characteristic of the loyal spirit.

If at any time I have her Company alone, she is a meer Sermon Popgun, repeating and discharging Texts, Proofs, and Applications so perpetually, that however weary I may go to bed, the Noise in my Head will not let me sleep till towards Morning.

My Correspondents grow so numerous, that I cannot avoid frequently inserting their Applications to me.

You must know, Mr. SPECTATOR, that I am a Maiden Lady of a good Fortune, who have had several Matches offered me for these ten Years last past, and have at present warm Applications made to me by a very pretty Fellow.

Even at the present stage of our enquiry, it must be tolerably evident to the reader that moral progress, if such a fact exist, will be due mainly to the increasing accuracy and the extended applications of our moral judgments, or, in other words, to the development of the rational rather than the emotional element in the ethical act.

But, on the other hand, with the extension of experience and the ever-improving discipline of the intellectual faculties, the moral judgment, we may already presume (for the confirmation of this presumption I must refer to the next chapter), will always be growing in accuracy, receiving further applications, and becoming a more and more adequate representative of facts.

Growing needs and more complicated relations suggest to men fresh devices for compassing their selfish ends, such as the various forms of fraud, forgery, and conspiracy, as well as more enlarged or more effective schemes of beneficence, stricter or more intelligent applications of the principle of justice, and possibilities of higher and freer developments of their faculties.

The exception includes all those cases which are legitimate, though not obvious, applications of existing rules, and to which, therefore, the ordinary moral sentiment does not attach in the same way that it does to the plainer and more direct applications.

The exception includes all those cases which are legitimate, though not obvious, applications of existing rules, and to which, therefore, the ordinary moral sentiment does not attach in the same way that it does to the plainer and more direct applications.

But the more remote applications of these rules, the nicer shades of conduct, such as those relating to social intercourse, the choice between clashing duties, the realisation of our obligations to the community at large, require for their appreciation a large amount of intelligence and an accumulated stock of experience which are not to be found in primitive societies.


In the department of social intercourse, there are several applications of existing moral principles, and specially of the softer virtues of kindness, courtesy, and consideration for others, the observance of which would sensibly sweeten our relations to our fellow-men and, to persons of a sensitive temperament, render life far more agreeable and better worth living than it actually is.

A few of these applications I shall attempt to point out.

I shall say nothing here of detraction, backbiting, or malicious representation, because these are social vices which are too obvious and too generally acknowledged to be of any service as illustrations of those extensions or new applications of morality which I have in view in the present chapter.

As compared with recent ingenuity, however, these applications may fairly bring to mind the Frenchman's boast of his countryman's invention of the frill and the ruffle; while his English opponent claimed for his native land the honour of suggesting the addition of the shirt.

Mr. Boyse by perpetual applications, at last exhausted their patience; and they were obliged to abandon a man on whom their liberality was ill bestowed, as it produced no other advantage to him, than a few days support, when he returned again with the same necessities.

But his endeavours were in vain, for the persons he sollicited, had been so troubled with applications during the life of this unhappy man, that they refused to contribute any thing towards his funeral.

While Mr. Pope enjoyed any leisure from severer applications to study, his friends were continually solliciting him to turn his thoughts towards something that might be of lasting use to the world, and engage no more in a war with dunces who were now effectually humbled.

The same year (after a length of different applications, for several seasons, at both Theatres without success) his Tragedy, called Merope, was brought upon the stage in Drury-Lane by Mr. Garrick; to whom, as well as to another gentleman he likewise highly both admired and esteemed, he was greatly obliged; and his own words (here borrowed) will shew how just a sense he had of these obligations.

Of the Renewal of Applications by Rejected Candidates.

The Grand Secretary not only records the proceedings of the Grand Lodge, but conducts its correspondence, and is the medium through whom all applications on masonic subjects are to be made to the Grand Master, or the Grand Lodge.

At the September term of the Supreme Court, Mr. Ranney presented the certificates and applications for the admission of Case, Ransom, and Bart on the first day, and they were, as usual, referred to a Committee of the whole bar, for examination and report.

The large number of copies subscribed for, accompanied, as many of the applications have been, by expressions of goodwill and confidence beforehand, have been very gratifying, and have afforded great encouragement during the preparation of the work.


He long endeavoured by petitions and personal applications at court to obtain his rights, but could never procure any satisfaction, being always put off with fair words and empty promises.

Being at length wearied with ineffectual applications for redress, he petitioned the king to allow his demands to be decided upon by the courts of law; and as that could hardly be denied with any decency, it was granted.

SHARP-POINTED DOCK.The root of this plant has long been used in medicine, and considered as useful in habitual costiveness, obstructions of the viscera, and in scorbutic and cutaneous maladies; in which case both external and internal applications have been made of it.

All the symbols but one are applied, and all the available portions of the eastern hemisphere are covered by the applications.

Machinery for carrying it out was quickly set up; applications for loans came in freely, and about a million has been lent, though the State Board, in its anxiety to avoid bad security, has shown a proper spirit of caution.

In a very few years the applications to Congress for appropriations in furtherance of such objects exceeded $200,000,000.

The general mind of Congress and the country did not appreciate the distinction taken by President Monroe between the right to appropriate money for an object and the right to apply and expend it without the embarrassment and delay of applications to the State governments.

Probably no instance occurred in which such an application was made, and the flood gates being thus hoisted the principle laid down by him was disregarded, and applications for aid from the Treasury, virtually to make harbors as well as improve them, clear out rivers, cut canals, and construct roads, poured into Congress in torrents until arrested by the veto of President Jackson.

It is, as the author intended it to be, "less learned and elaborate than the usual systematic works, and at the same time more detailed, connected, and explicit than the 'Conversations' or 'Catechisms.'" It avoids "all prolixity of language and the use of less intelligible terms;" and, to speak plainly, the illustrative applications throughout the work are familiar as household words.