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188 example sentences with  connectives

188 example sentences with connectives

Experiments to date seem to establish that the connective tissue, at any rate, is "immortal."

The iris consists of a framework of connective tissue, the surface of which is lined by cells containing pigment, which gives color to the eye.

5, &c. In all these texts the 'was', or 'is', ought to be rendered positively, or objectively, and not as a mere connective: 'The Word Is God', and

Philo subtle, and with long involved periods knit together by logical connectives: the Book of Wisdom sententious, full of parallelisms, assertory and Hebraistic throughout.

We shall scarcely come much nearer to helpful truth than the point we have already reached, in the principle that all dialogue, except the merely mechanical partsthe connective tissue of the playshould consist either of "mots de caractère" or of "mots de situation."

These connective concepts, these formal instruments of synthesis are a priori.

Hence, since the understanding is the faculty of judging, the various kinds of connection in judgment must yield the various pure "connective-concepts" (Verknüpfungsbegriffe.

The connective activity of the understanding, and with it experience, is possible only through "the synthetic unity of pure apperception," the "I think," which must be able to accompany all my representations, and through which they first become mine.

The name of the place is pronounced Mish-i-nim-auk-in-ong, by the Indians, The term mishi, as heard in mishipishiu, panther, and mishigenabik, a gigantic serpent of fabled notoriety, signifies great; nim, appears to be derived from nimi, to dance, and auk from autig, tree or standing object; ong is the common termination for locality, the vowels i (second and fifth syllable) being brought into the compound word as connectives.

It consists in a peculiar softening of the structures of the limb, accompanied with enlargement, due to swelling of the connective tissues, the enlargement and softening generally making itself first apparent by a soft, pulpy swelling in the hollow of the heel.

'On dissecting the leg, the following appearances presented themselves: 'The limb was very much enlarged, due to thickening of the connective tissue, the skin being removed only with difficulty.

There was an enormous thickening of connective tissues in the heel.

It is composed of connective-tissue elements permeated by nerve fibres which have grown out from the axis-cylinders of the nerve stump.

The previous inflammatory changes in the adjoining sensitive structures have here led to an increased secretion of horn, and a greater or less deposition of inflammatory connective tissue in the wounded coronary cushion.

Should either of these be neglected, or should the pus formation from the onset take on a slow but gradually spreading form (in other words, should either of these cases run a chronic rather than an acute course) then, with the persistence of the inflammatory phenomena so caused, is bound to result a steady and increasing growth of inflammatory fibrous connective tissue.

When this is the case, it is possible that the growth is a true fibromathat is to say, a non-inflammatory new growth of fibrous connective tissue.

With the vessels of the laminæ gorged with blood, and the laminal connective tissue infiltrated with a profuse inflammatory exudate, the most excruciating pain is bound to result by reason of the compression of the diseased tissues within the non-yielding structures.

The escaping blood infiltrates the surrounding connective tissue, and in many cases destroys the union between the horny and sensitive laminæ.

Three or more simple sentences may indeed form a compound sentence; but, as they cannot be joined in a cluster, they must have two or more connectives.

Connectives or conjunctions."

This may be seen by the first example given us by Murray: "Relative pronouns are connective words, and generally admit a comma before them: as, 'He preaches sublimely, who lives a sober, righteous, and pious life.'

Here and, or if he, would be as good as "who;" for the connective only serves to carry the restriction into narrower limits.

"Besides, in three passages just quoted, the word yours is joined by a connective to a name in the same case; 'To ensure yours and their immortality.'

Will any person pretend that the connective here joins different cases?"Improved Gram., p. 28; Philosophical Gram., p. 36.

Hence some of our modern grammarians, by the help of a few connectives, absurdly merge a great multitude of Indicative or Potential expressions in what they call the Subjunctive Mood.

5The adverbs, when, where, whither, whence, how, why, wherefore, wherein, whereof, whereby, and other like compounds of where, are sometimes used as interrogatives; but, as such, they still severally belong to the classes under which they are placed in the foregoing distribution, except that words of interrogation are not at the same time connectives.

1.Our connective words are of four kinds; namely, relative pronouns, conjunctive adverbs, conjunctions, and prepositions.

These have a certain resemblance to one another, so far as they are all of them connectives; yet there are also characteristical differences by which they may in general be easily distinguished.

The skill or inability of a writer may as strikingly appear in his management of these little connectives, as in that of the longest and most significant words in the language.

I call them adverbs when they chiefly express time, manner, or degree; and conjunctions when they appear to be mere connectives.

Seeing and provided, when used as connectives, are more properly conjunctions than any thing else; though Johnson ranks them with the adverbs, and Webster, by supposing many awkward ellipses, keeps them with the participles.

7.Conjunctions have no grammatical modifications, and are consequently incapable of any formal agreement or disagreement with other words; yet their import as connectives, copulative or disjunctive, must be carefully observed, lest we write or speak them improperly.

But, according to Observation 7th, on the Classes of Conjunctions, "The import of connectives, copulative or disjunctive, must be carefully observed, lest we write or speak them improperly."

"Connectives are words which unite words and sentences in construction.

Every connective word that governs an object after it, is called a preposition, because it does so; and in etymological parsing, to name the preposition as such, and define the name, is, perhaps, all that is necessary.

But both words are connectives.

Have we any connective words besides the conjunctions?

How do relative pronouns differ from other connectives?

How do conjunctive adverbs differ from other connectives?

How do conjunctions differ from other connectives?

How do prepositions differ from other connectives?

His parts of speech are the following ten: "Names, Substitutes, Asserters, Adnames, Modifiers, Relatives, Connectives, Interrogatives, Repliers, and Exclamations.

The third period, likewise, is a compound, having three parts, with the two connectives than and which.

All active verbs to which something is subjoined by when, where, whence, how, or why, must be accounted intransitive, unless we suppose them to govern such nouns of time, place, degree, manner, or cause, as correspond to these connectives; as, "I know why she blushed."

But, because they are not transitive, some of them become connectives to such words as are in the same case and signify the same thing.

But it seems to me, that and and et are here regular connectives.

"The connective is frequently omitted between several words.

"The more that any nation is improved by science, and the more perfect their language becomes, we may naturally expect that it will abound more with connective particles.

"This is a more artificial and refined construction than that, in which the common connective is simply made use of.

"Connectives are particles that unite words or sentences in construction.

"No other tongue is so full of connective particles as the Greek.

"The colon and semicolon divide a period; this with, and that without, a connective.


"WHEN, as used in the last line, is a connective, because it joins that line to the other part of the sentence.

"The connective is frequently omitted, when several words have the same construction.

"We may naturally expect, that the more any nation is improved by science, and the more perfect its language becomes, the more will that language abound with connective particles.

"This is a more artificial and refined construction, than that in which the common connective is simply used.

They remove relatives, or other connectives, into the body of their clauses; as, 1.

in the second pers., ineleg., of the connective of two nominatives appar.

of Conjunction, defined Conjunctions, how differ from other connectives nature and office of; R. F. MOTT quot.

Connective words, or connectives, kinds of, named do.

Connective words, or connectives, kinds of, named do.

without to Seeing and provided, as connectives, their class Seldom, adv., its comparison; use of, as an adj.

E.g., "Thus all the parts of speech are reducible to four; viz., Names, Verbs, Modes, Connectives.

In respect to the case, the phrase than who is similar to than he, than they, &c., as has been observed by many grammarians; but, since than is a conjunction, and who or whom is a relative, it is doubtful whether it can be strictly proper to set two such connectives together, be the case of the latter which it may.

That it also fills the office of a connective will be evident if we compare the following sentences: He speaks in public.

Connectives: prepositions, conjunctions.

The Relative or Conjunctive Pronouns.+The pronouns who, which, what (= that which), that, and as (after such) are more than equivalents for nouns, inasmuch as they serve as connectives.

They are often named relative pronouns because they relate to some antecedent either expressed or implied; they are equally well named conjunctive pronouns because they are used as connectives.

Here where is used as a connective and also as a modifier of stayed.

The use of wrong connectives.

Use different connectives and note the result, (Although it rained yesterday, I went to school) or, (It rained yesterday, but I went to school).

to the theme of this verb is added the connective syllable ti, and the verb mani, which, in such connection, indicates that the action of the former verb is expended over a large surface, broadly and widely (see Olmos, Gram.

de la Langue Nahuatl, p. 155, where, however, the connective ti is erroneously taken for the pronoun ti).

Ayauitl, mist; coçamalotl, rainbow; tonameyotl, shining, brightness; ti, connective; mani, substantive verb.

"A close reasoner and a good writer in general may be known by his pertinent use of connectives."

A common form of this fault is the use in certain cases of "and" or "but" before the words "who," "which," "when," or "where," which are themselves connectives: as, "The challenge was accepted by Orlando, a young man little known up to that time, but to whom Rosalind had taken a great liking."

In the tail and trunk muscles, there are myotomes which are muscles blocks and there are myosepta which are connective tissues that separate myotomes.

It is the largest connective pathway in the brain.

It is the main component of connective tissue, and is the most abundant protein in mammals.

But this broader story still has some connective tissue with Cooper’s more streamlined videos, and not just because she lip-syncs the president along with his wife and daughter.

During a battle with Perpetua, the Justice League used Connective Energy against the villain's Crisis Energy, resulting in the sun burning out.

Neighborhood Associations (NAs) have long been the connective tissue between the city of Minneapolis and its citizens, but as the Neighborhoods 2020 (N2020) planning process closes, it looks like a total unraveling is on the horizon.

Now that the studio is no longer worried about having that connective tissue between films, might we still one day see del Toro standing on a set for his project, screaming It’s alive!

The Slea court case has hampered efforts by the largest mortgage aggregator in Australia, AFG, to buy Connective for $120 million.

This article aims to distinguish them and address their connective canonicity with the core series.

We identified a specific population of progenitor cells that reside within the dermis, the deep connective tissue of the skin, said lead author Jeff Biernaskie from the University of Calgary in Canada.

A connective tissue that lines the ends of bones and most joints.

Diseases of the muscles and their associated ligaments and other connective tissue and of the bones and cartilage viewed collectively.

Facing this fold, the stratified squamous epithelium at the surface of the sclera and the underlying connective tissue belong to the bulbar conjunctiva (B).

Preliminary results show it has little improvement by just inserting explicit connectives for implicit relations.

Protein breakdown affects not only muscles, connective tissue and bones, but also neurotransmitter production.

The concept does not refer to neoplasms located in connective or soft tissue.

The connective tissue is a common site of tumors.

The CTL temporal connectives are AF, AG, EF, EG, and so on.

The findings suggested that mobile device users deploy the mobile, connective and collaborative capabilities of their devices in a variety of informal learning contexts, in quite innovative ways.

The lipids or glycogen stored in vesicular connective tissue cells surrounding the acini provide nutrition to the developing gametes.

The physical dimensions and characteristics, in terms of design and function, of the muscle body and connective tissue has much to do with this factor.

Between the muscle fibres is a small amount of connective tissue with a few fibrocytes (arrowheads).

Without the supportive connective tissue, your skin loses strength and flexibility.