Anecdotal sentence example

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  • But you still were working with the biased, anecdotal opinions of a few people not very like you.
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  • Currently the best proof we have that they are valid is mainly anecdotal.
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  • Most did not provide quantitative data so the reports remain anecdotal.
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  • There has been much anecdotal talk as to why the rate has increased significantly over the last twenty years.
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  • There appeared to be no such thing as a do-it-yourself manual for seeing the future, but the books had a few good—if bizarre—anecdotal stories that gave her ideas.
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  • Little information on these, other than the purely anecdotal, was amassed by DTI and DH.
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  • Evidence for functional improvement, however, was largely anecdotal.
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  • It would address no real historical issue and remain merely anecdotal.
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  • The level of price increases on BW's mooring sites has been somewhat anecdotal.
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  • The majority of clinical work to date is considered anecdotal (Young & Ballard, 1999 ).
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  • He was a mine of information on clinical dermatology, mostly of the anecdotal variety.
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  • There is already much anecdotal evidence that RAE 2008 is having negative consequences for tourism studies.
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  • However, for students approaching this point these final stages are shrouded in mystery, anecdotal hearsay and, sometimes, myth.
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  • Anecdotal evidence suggests that pain can be reduced by activity in the brain involved in imagined movement of the phantom limb.
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  • The Community Health Services Joint Committee has been made aware of anecdotal cases but also evidence where employing trusts have been very obstructive.
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  • We have heard several anecdotal stories that marginally profitable attractions are closing at the end of the 1998 season.
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  • Based on my experience in a nice part of W7 and anecdotal evidence from elsewhere in the Boro the guy is spouting rubbish.
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  • His writings of this kind, though too laudatory and somewhat diffuse, have great merit; they abound in those anecdotal details, natural yet not obvious reflections, and vivacious turns of thought, which made Gibbon style him, with some extravagance certainly, though it was true enough up to Gassendi's time - "le meilleur philosophe des litterateurs, et le meilleur litterateur des philosophes."
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  • In the absence of any system of routine inspection, such evidence is bound to be anecdotal.
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  • Most of the anti-clay litter campaigns are being echoed by concerned pet owners who have embraced the anecdotal evidence of their peers.
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  • There is a great deal of anecdotal information available.
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  • Anecdotal evidence that is part of the manufacturer's website seems to be the primary supporting evidence for the efficacy of Micranium.
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  • The evidence and support for this treatment remains largely anecdotal and rooted in folk medicine.
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  • It's also hard to argue with some of the anecdotal evidence of video game addiction.
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  • Much of the "evidence" cited is anecdotal, yet politicians have found this is a popular issue with certain constituents.
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  • There are anecdotal reports that large daily doses (0.04-0.14 oz, or 1-4 g) of vitamin C may help decrease bruising and aid in wound healing.
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  • This may explain the strong anecdotal evidence from many kombucha drinkers that they feel better within hours or days after ingesting the beverage.
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  • While there are many reports of benefits from taking superfood supplements, most reports are anecdotal and not the result of carefully controlled nutritional studies.
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  • Anecdotal customer reports suggest the supplement helped with irritable bowel syndrome symptoms, improved cystic acne, and helped reduce the incidence of candida overgrowth.
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  • Autism:The connection between autism and gluten intolerance is highly controversial, but both anecdotal and scientific evidence are growing in support of the link.
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  • Another anecdotal comment came from a student at the Pueblo Del Sol Middle School in Arizona.
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  • With this kind of anecdotal evidence, the question becomes whether or not the problems are actually being solved by the uniform policies.
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  • The Out of Body Research Foundation publishes anecdotal evidence for OBE phenomenon in the form of witness accounts.
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  • The following are anecdotal examples of witness accounts.
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  • The flaw with the current scientific explanation for the phenomenon is that there exists such a wide range of anecdotal stories and experiences.
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  • The following are a few examples of those anecdotal experiences reported by people who believe the events that took place were real out-of-body experiences.
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  • These are usually anecdotal types of stories that are meant to scare you into complying with society rules.
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  • Other works that are more general or anecdotal include Finding Ben: A Mother's Journey Through the Maze of Asperger's by Barbara LaSalle and Running on Dreams' by Herb Heiman.
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  • Anecdotal evidence over the years has long suggested use of SBA resources help businesses achieve."
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  • There have been anecdotal reports that rebounding improves the lymphatic system, but these reports have not been supported by peer-reviewed research.
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  • The problem is that inevitably a clinical description becomes anecdotal, since every case is, literally, unique in its extent and distribution.
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  • Despite this, there is widespread anecdotal evidence that disabled people are implicitly and explicitly discouraged from volunteering.
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  • While interest has waxed and waned over the years, there was a resurgence in 1933 when anecdotal evidence brought the monster back to the front page.
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  • While there are hundreds of anecdotal accounts of people losing significant amounts of weight while using a diet patch, there has been no clinical research to substantiate these claims.
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  • A somewhat anecdotal tale of four boys and their experiences as they share a night of bonding, heartbreak and excitement, Palo Alto is sure to touch at the heart of today's youth.
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  • If someone notices that she gets a headache when she eats MSG—or artichokes, or grasshoppers—that first-person, anecdotal experience will shape her nutritional philosophy.
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  • While there is a great deal of anecdotal evidence, photographs, sonar readings and even video footage, many experts dispute these as hoaxes perpetuated by people who either want to make money or who want to continue the myth and legend.
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  • Chupacabra photographs, along with anecdotal evidence make El Chupacabra an enticing mystery, but zoologists would need to actually find El Chupacabra in the flesh in order for this mysterious and frightening creature to be considered real.
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  • He overflows with anecdotes, seldom indeed gets beyond the anecdotal stage, yet from this all study of nature must begin; and he sees everywhere intelligence and beauty, love and sociality, where a later view of nature insists primarily on mere adaptation of interests or purely competitive struggles.
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  • Not only can you obtain vital information by searching for and examining the cemetery and death records of an ancestor, but you can also obtain a wealth of anecdotal information along the way.
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  • The U.K.'s popular Daily Telegraph reported the history of flower essences and included many anecdotal comments from physicians as well as dentists who use Bach Flower Essences.
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