parlance in A Sentence

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    These subsidiary motions are called, in parliamentary Parlance, Cut Motions.

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    In common Parlance it is also known as food poisoning.

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    In their Parlance- that's bad for business.

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    In common Parlance, the jet engine loosely refers to an internal combustion airbreathing jet engine.

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    In common Parlance, dharma means"right way of living" and"path of rightness".

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    In market Parlance, this means bid price is 96 or 85, while the ask price is 98 or 87.

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    Law In common Parlance, law means a rule which(unlike a rule of ethics) is capable of enforcement through institutions.

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    A crown is also called a"cap" in common Parlance and is used to cover a single tooth.

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    In industry Parlance, these are known as“wire" and“supply".

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    In modern-day Parlance a“fairy tale” is often used to describe a happy or blessed outcome, as in a fairy tale ending.

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    Feeling“burnt out” is a pretty common phrase in daily Parlance, but we're only starting to learn more about its longer-term destructive effects.

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    In more scientific Parlance, we found in a paper published in Science that genes, species and ecosystems now show clear signs of impact.

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    In common Parlance, law means a rule which(unlike a rule of ethics) is capable of enforcement through institutions.

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    In common Parlance, law means a rule that(unlike a rule of ethics) is enforceable through institutions.

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    This, in military Parlance, means being in a confrontational position with the enemy.

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    Common Parlance applies the term jet engine more narrowly, referring to various airbreathing jet engine, a type of reaction engine.

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    Feeling“burnt out” is a pretty common phrase in daily Parlance, but we're starting to learn more about its longer-term destructive effects.

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    Law in common Parlance, means a rule which(unlike a rule of ethics) is capable of enforcement through institutions.

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    High blood cholesterol, known as hypercholesterolemia in medical Parlance, refers to an increase in the cholesterol in blood above the normal level.

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    But most people tend to have more than one health complaint at a time-"comorbidities", in medical Parlance.

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    In common Parlance, adharma means that which is against nature, immoral, unethical, wrong or unlawful.

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    In Army Parlance, adultery is defined as"stealing the affection of a brother officer's wife".

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    In computer Parlance, many languages want to be specified in an imperative form, while other programming languages use declarative form.

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    The BSA requires financial institutions to engage in customer due diligence, which is sometimes known in the Parlance as“know your customer.”.

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    In trading Parlance, a long position is one in which a trader buys a currency at one price and aims to sell it later at a higher price.

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    The social science of law, jurisprudence, in common Parlance, means a rule that unlike a rule of ethics is capable of enforcement through institutions.

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    Most of analysts and experts are of the opinion that 2014 is going to be a bumpy ride for currencies, or, speaking in professional Parlance, it will be a year of volatility.

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    So if you have a three-ton air conditioner, and one ton in HVAC Parlance equals 12,000 BTUs, then that air conditioner can remove about 36,000 BTUs of heat from your home in one hour.

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    While in common Parlance hunger is understood in terms of food deprivation, in a formal sense it is calculated by mapping the level of calorie intake.

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    It is not unusual for the father or mother to be deemed an Indian citizen and their children to be called“doubtful voters”, or“D voters” in local Parlance.

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