Drastically sentence examples

  • His life wouldn't change drastically if he agreed.

  • After the school lost its national accreditation, their enrollment drastically declined.

  • Something was drastically altered about his friend, and the thin collar around his neck told Kris everything he needed to know.

  • In order to consolidate his possessions still further, now that French success seemed assured, the pope determined to deal drastically with Romagna, which although nominally under papal rule was divided up into a number of practically independent lordships on which Venice, Milan and Florance cast hungry eyes.

  • The ground approach slowed drastically as the pod's thrusters roared but was still too fast for her comfort.

  • How could someone change so drastically?

  • Having been men, mice became mice, drastically altering the food chain, bringing to life spoons.

  • Actually, my problem is the central conceit that Iâm going to have to drastically alter.

  • By infecting mosquitoes with fungi, they can drastically reduce transmission of the disease, which kills well over a million people each year.

  • Immediately, dozens of commercially produced textbooks had their shelf lives drastically curtailed.

  • infecting mosquitoes with fungi, they can drastically reduce transmission of the disease, which kills well over a million people each year.

  • grapevine disease originating from America, drastically hit wine-making in Italy and abroad.

  • downsized drastically.

  • harp seals killed should be drastically reduced.

  • pessimistic forecasts of global warming may now have to be drastically revised upwards.

  • shrink drastically shrunk the amount of code for this page, which should mean it'll load faster.

  • simplifyinformation media become possible through new types of interfaces and will allow drastically simplified and more intuitive use of devices.

  • tenth of a penny for each liter, tap water will also drastically cut your home's expenditure on less healthy drinks.

  • Here the climate changes drastically as the music dissolves into a long trill on a C major chord.

  • One established building material supplier claims, that Towcester Building Supplies is drastically undercutting it and is a real threat to its business.

  • CDxtract includes powerful features that will help you reduce drastically the time needed to search for the perfect sound in all your sampler libraries.

  • These information media become possible through new types of interfaces and will allow drastically simplified and more intuitive use of devices.

  • At one tenth of a penny for each liter, tap water will also drastically cut your home 's expenditure on less healthy drinks.

  • Your life could change drastically because of one bad decision.

  • These sections can sometimes feature drastically marked down items, some as much as 90 percent off the original price.

  • Deals typically feature drastically reduced prices, in some cases up to 70 percent off rack rates.

  • By 1992, the frames had spread more drastically into other countries.

  • I 've drastically shrunk the amount of code for this page, which should mean it'll load faster.

  • municipality of the first municipalities in the country is drastically phasing out pesticides on its county golf courses beginning this spring.

  • In the early 1990s, Jennifer Grey got that much talked about nose job that so drastically altered her appearance, that even her acquaintances reportedly had trouble recognizing her.

  • Consignor stores typically cut their prices drastically at the end of each season so they can move out the merchandise they have to make room for new consignor items.

  • Online retailers: The Internet is brimming with websites that offer authentic designer clothes for kids at drastically reduced prices.

  • You can typically find gently used clothing at drastically discounted prices, saving you lots of money.

  • Target marks their already affordable clothing down as much as 75 percent, with holiday merchandise sometimes drastically reduced to 90 percent off!

  • The shorts might be made in the same style, but you may be able to purchase ten pairs of shorts in ten different colors at a drastically reduced price.

  • Third- and fourth-person fares are often drastically slashed on cruises, letting children sail for half the cost of their parents if they stay in the same cabin.

  • For example, a cruise line can drastically alter the ship's itinerary based on a number of factors, including weather, port conditions, projected crowds, safety, and the ship's condition.

  • Alaska last minute cruises are your ticket to view some of America's most awe-inspiring sights, from glimmering glaciers and rich forests to towering mountains and exotic wildlife, at drastically reduced prices.

  • One of the most remarkable things about Less Than Jake is that they have been able to weather the seas of a drastically changing music scene to still end up on top.

  • Enhance the natural tones in your wood without drastically changing the color in exchange for a little extra protection.

  • These websites feature a variety of clothes and accessories for men and women almost every day of the week, and prices are usually drastically marked down.

  • Now that the United States government requires labels on food to list trans fat, many food processors have stopped using or drastically reduced their use of hydrogenated oils.

  • Retailers are trying to get all of their holiday merchandise out of the stores to make room for new items, so they drastically cut prices, which is perfect for the consumer who's looking for a good deal.

  • However, once the holidays are over, you'll probably find those special occasion dresses drastically reduced.

  • End-of-season sales: If you begin your shopping at the end of the season (after the holidays, for instance), you'll find a lot of special occasion wear drastically reduced.

  • In the 1990s the market for large size women's clothes drastically changed as designers in the fashion industry began to see the need for fashionable clothing options in sizes 14 and up.

  • Even a loss of just 10 percent of your body weight can drastically reduce the symptoms of sleep apnea.

  • These stores often buy retailer or wholesale overstock at drastically discounted prices, and pass the savings on to the consumer.

  • Whether you want something drastically different or just a shade or two lighter than your real eye color, there's something for you.

  • The same goes for those who have drastically different prescriptions for each eye.

  • The eyeglasses that are marked down drastically are most likely discontinued styles.

  • The polarized lenses are, of course, designed to drastically cut down on glare and sharpen the detail of the images you see.

  • If the rider or person injured was behaving in an irresponsible, reckless fashion, their claim against the park will be drastically weakened.

  • Editing techniques, lighting, and other video tricks can make videos of the same ride seem drastically different, and watching multiple videos can offer a broader view of the true roller coaster ride.

  • These two over-the-top titles take the pro gameplay to simpler street-ball scenarios, reducing the number of players drastically and bringing the game camera up close to the action.

  • Code effects range from infinite lives or health to drastically changing gameplay by inverting gravity or changing the physics of certain stages.

  • Streaming lets customers play the game while download progresses, this drastically reduces perceived delivery time since only a portion of the data is needed to launch the game.

  • While the core gameplay in Metallica is much the same as what you experienced in Guitar Hero World Tour, the cheat codes are wholly different and can drastically change the way you play the game!

  • As there was no need to improve drastically on the original, I think Namco did right by the historically prodigious series by leaving well enough alone.

  • Keep in mind that you don't need to drastically swing the remote to get your paddle to move left and right.

  • If you mention the Super Nintendo, for example, it can drastically narrow down the results and better help you find the title you're looking for.

  • The Santa Cruz Mountains AVA (American Viticultural Area) for example boasts an incredible amount of identifiable microclimates, with the weather differing drastically from one vineyard to another.

  • However, in the process of limiting further blood loss, the tourniquet also drastically deprives the limb tissues of oxygen.

  • Sentences become longer and more complex, and vocabulary increases drastically.

  • The affected hair follicles decrease in size and hair production slows drastically.

  • Although rubella was once a common childhood illness, its occurrence has been drastically reduced since vaccine against it became available in 1969.

  • That number has been reduced drastically, and recently there are believed to be only a few hundred cases a year in those areas.

  • While the amount of viewers has decreased drastically in recent years, many die-hard fans still tune in each season.

  • Because of the chemicals used in shaving cream and how its volume drastically expands, it is not recommended for use on eyebrows or other extremely sensitive areas.

  • Adding a tiara or other elaborate accessory to hair that cannot be altered drastically.

  • A long to short hair makeover or hair extensions can drastically change your look, or you could opt for a new hair color to add unique flair to your style.

  • When combined, these prevention methods can drastically reduce the chances of an infestation.

  • Protein treatments will drastically improve the condition of chemically treated hair, so make this quality product a must on your beauty list!

  • The Grammy winner's drastically different look was reportedly done for a photo shoot and Swift kept the hairstyle for her night out in the Big Apple.

  • Roosevelt included several methods to help the American economy recover from such a drastically low level.

  • Taxes can drastically change across county and township lines, so ask your realtor to give you a map detailing the different tax rates.

  • As people facing increasing ARM payments felt the consequences of being unable to refinance their homes, foreclosure rates began to climb drastically.

  • Several sub-prime lenders have been run out of business or have cut back drastically on the number of new mortgages they issue.

  • Find ways to drastically cut your expenses.

  • Remember: There is no way to tell when the online photographs were taken and the home may look drastically different in the present day.

  • Making an extra payment on your mortgage each year or paying a bit extra each month can drastically reduce the amount you pay on your mortgage overall.

  • Tubal pregnancies are rather rare compared to uterine ones, however, they have drastically increased in the last forty years and nobody knows for sure why that is.

  • While female fertility varies throughout your lifespan with fertility decreasing drastically after the age of 35, there is only one time frame each month when a woman can get pregnant.

  • Swim camps that focus on racing work on improving a swimmer's stroke, flexibility, strength and form in order to drastically improve speed through more efficient movements.

  • This will drastically affect the fit of your suit, and nothing could be more unattractive than a droopy tonga.

  • But after World War I, styles changed drastically and women's fashion crossed the Rubicon, with hems rising to the knee and evening dresses baring shoulders.

  • Footwear changed drastically in the 1960s.

  • As styles and tastes have changed, so too has the trench coat - but not so drastically that it loses its innate sense of what makes it so noteworthy.

  • Taking care not to bump it or drop it will help to keep the glass from cracking and therefore drastically reduce the number of times you will have to buy a Sharp carousel microwave replacement plate.

  • Colored dyes, scents, and even the coating on a wick can drastically change the properties of the candles, depending on the types of additives used.

  • Any couple may have different religious backgrounds, whether drastically different, such as a Christian dating a Buddhist, or it can be more subtle, like a Presbyterian dating a Methodist.

  • The chances are greater, however, for a multiracial couple to have drastically different religions, which can definitely make the relationship more complicated.

  • A small chip, scratch, or nick along the girdle of the stone - the narrowest part of a cut gem - can drastically reduce its value.

  • Diamond Carats: The size of the diamonds or gemstones can drastically affect the ring's appearance.

  • Diamond Cuts: The alignment of facets, planes, and angles in each stone shape drastically affects its brilliance and beauty.

  • Outlet Stores: Many large jewelry chains - Zales is one example - have outlet stores that sell discontinued, returned, and overstocked styles at drastically slashed prices.

  • While the side stones are smaller, they are not drastically smaller or they may be mistaken for accent stones rather than an integral part of the main setting.

  • Carat Weight: The total carat weight of an engagement ring drastically affects its cost, particularly if that carat weight is concentrated in only one or very few stones.

  • The standard Gucci girl will be drastically different from the ultra-kittenish Rebecca Taylor fan.

  • In addition, many also offer "scratch and dent" sales, where they sell slightly damaged or mismatched furniture at drastically reduced prices.

  • If you are able to do this, chances are you won't have to worry about finding the right price because items are typically drastically reduced when placed for sale on consignment.

  • In today's society, many grandparents struggle to raise grandchildren in a world that is drastically different from the one in which they parented their children.

  • Shipping and handling charges may drastically inflate a price.

  • This approach to cooking will drastically cut down on the amount of food you waste.

  • If you start making a detailed shopping list each week and take care to make sure leftovers are clearly labeled, you should drastically cut down on the amount of waste in your kitchen.

  • For example, if you budgeted $300 for groceries and spent $500, you either need to do some recalculating or figure out a way to drastically reduce your food purchases.

  • Prepared mixes, precut veggies, and other convenience foods will drastically increase the cost of any recipe.

  • The cradling of a shoe hull will drastically reduce pain and inflammation during extensive cycling.

  • If you research your product thoroughly, however, the chances of having to return your purchase are drastically reduced.

  • Changing the material of a shoe will drastically change the look and shape.

  • If a flight is close to its departure date and the airplane isn't at capacity, often airlines will drastically reduce the fares in the last hours before departure in order to cut their losses.

  • However, as departure dates approach, unreserved packages are often sold at drastically discounted prices.

  • Rather, by buying one at a local farmers' market you are guaranteed fresh flowers at drastically reduced prices.

  • The premiere brand of Bulova watches, Accutron itself is a full line of drastically different watches ranging in price from $295 to just over $1000.

  • Sometimes these impulses are so severe that they interfere drastically with a person's ability to function in all life areas due to the amount of time behaviors consume or the fear and anxiety they cause.

  • This will drastically reduce the amount of time needed to complete your executive summary.

  • Condition can drastically affect your car's value, so this information is essential for getting an accurate estimate.

  • However, cheerleading outfits can change drastically for these sporting events.

  • Using it properly can cut your cleaning costs and time drastically while still delivering sparkling results.

  • Note that a machine pattern is drastically different from a pattern a person would use to create embroidery by hand.

  • The Industrial Revolution drastically changed the way people thought about soap.

  • You may lose weight on this diet for the mere fact that calories are drastically reduced with the elimination of carbohydrates.

  • In addition, by achieving and maintaining a healthy weight by eating nutritious meals and snacks, obesity and its many health risks, including diabetes, are drastically reduced.

  • While it's perfectly okay to do your own research, you should still consult your doctor before drastically changing your diet.

  • Liquid diets also drastically reduce caloric intake, which leads to lean tissue loss (as opposed to fatty tissue) and chronic fatigue.

  • Their impatience to look fit and trim outweighs the dangers associated with losing weight drastically and too quickly.

  • According to some physicians, drastically reducing carbs on a daily basis can cause the body to experience ketoacidosis.

  • If you drastically reduce your caloric intake and/or eliminate certain foods from your diet, your body can, in essence, go into shock as it tries to adjust.

  • Scientists agree that trans-fats are one of the worst kinds of fat that you can consume; they drastically increase your cholesterol levels and open the door to heart attack and stroke.

  • While the number of calories your body needs varies, based on your weight, age and genetic make-up, cutting calories too drastically (experts report below 1,000 calories) can shift your body into starvation mode.

  • Jared lost weight by controlling calories and portion size, drastically decreasing his 10,000 calorie a day diet to roughly 1000 calories.

  • When you're trying to drastically cut calories, salads should become your friend.

  • Exercise science has improved drastically and fitness experts know much more about proper weight lifting technique than they did just 10 or 15 years ago.

  • Warming up is done with fewer beats per minute, and then speed increases drastically once the warm up is finished.

  • Company A may be cheaper than Company B, but if the deductibles are drastically different, Company A could cost more if you have an accident.

  • If you are willing to accept a higher out-of-pocket deductible, the cost of your policy will drop drastically.

  • Although you may not have the time to drastically improve your health before obtaining your health insurance, improving your health over time may result in lower insurance premiums down the road.

  • Ideas about beauty and the female form have changed drastically through the years, and lingerie has illustrated that.

  • At this point you may be asking yourself why the pendulum has swung so drastically in recent years toward the side of boxers?

  • The corset will still slim and cinch where it should, but not as drastically or as uncomfortably as in previous centuries.

  • The other large part of Allen's gamble was that Kanye West's version of Heartless was so drastically different than the version Allen performed.

  • Metallica has influenced heavy metal and rock music drastically.

  • Hosts must have enough time for the invitations to be received, considered, and responded to without drastically interrupting the party planning.

  • Because the show is drastically edited, there are some things viewers probably miss, but is some of this behavior going to reflect how the marriage will be?

  • Over three months, five friends drastically alter exercise and eating habits in order to lose around 30 pounds each (or more if they desire).

  • Those close to Heidi Montag have mixed emotions about her transformation, and her desire to change herself so drastically.

  • Mindy McCready: She was once a bestselling country music artist, but her addiction to drugs and alcohol have changed her life drastically.

  • In the new or re-imaged Battlestar Galactica TV series, Galactica the battlestar is drastically different from the Galactica of the 1978 television show.

  • As of the 1970s to the present, the value of posters has declined drastically for a number of reasons.

  • Regardless of incision locale, frown lines and wrinkles are erased or drastically reduced.

  • This design is not drastically different from the traditional French Manicure.

  • Proper care, exercise, hydration, and avoiding sun exposure help drastically in combating the effects of age.

  • The good news is although permanent, stretch marks drastically reduce in visibility through the years.

  • In addition, the world of journalism has changed so drastically that the scope and the effect of blogging on modern news can no longer be ignored.

  • If you feel a template suits you more because you think you might need to edit the guestbook drastically to fit your needs, then take a look at the template at HTML Source for a Guestbook Template.

  • I think we all drastically underestimate the effect divorce has on children.

  • What's even better is that these department stores may drastically discount their more expensive lines of clothing at the end of each season.

  • Toys-As babies mature, their taste in toys will change drastically.

  • This will drastically cut down on her risk of tooth decay.

  • Since fraternal twins only share about 50% of their genes, they can look drastically different in appearance.

  • Because many times these books are so widely read and available (think of titles by mega-popular writers like King, Danielle Steel, Tom Clancy) that used bookstores end up with too many copies which they markdown drastically.

  • If you can drastically bend the blade, or easily scratch it with a knife, then the blade has not been heat-treated.

  • One of the main reasons to buy gold coins is that the value of gold rarely drops drastically, unlike the dollar.

  • Many of these items are on sale at drastically reduced prices because they are part of last season’s product line or the line just didn’t sell as expected when it was previously introduced.

  • Less smell - Since an automated litter box can be set to function each time your cat uses it, these boxes can drastically reduce the problem of litter odor.

  • Debt management is a big issue because the financial landscape in the United States has changed drastically over the past 75 years.

  • Introductory Earning Rates: An initial reward rate of 5 percent may be attractive, but further investigation may prove that after a brief introductory period (usually 3-12 months) the earning rate may drop drastically.

  • State penalties can vary drastically depending on the seriousness of the crime, the cost to the victims and whether the thief is a first-time offender.

  • This fee can range drastically from one company to the next.

  • While you may have liked your co-parent when you first decided to have a child, those feelings have drastically changed and now you are dealing with a jerk.

  • Retailers generally mark the clearance merchandise down drastically, sometimes reducing the price more than once.

  • A program such as this has the potential to drastically reduce the amount of fossil fuel consumption in the United States, if the company signs-up a substantial number of homeowners to participate in the solar energy program.

  • This technology allows the car to drastically reduce pollution when it is waiting at a stoplight or stuck in traffic.

  • Wind turbines are relatively low maintenance, and can drastically reduce your electric bill.

  • By promoting renewable energy, the Midwest would be able to reduce its carbon footprint drastically and the pollution that causes global warming.

  • Many people find that by drastically reducing or even eliminating caffeine, they lessen the severity or incidence of panic attacks.

  • Log walls may be replaced with painted white pine planks, giving the interior a drastically different, more modern look.

  • It might seem like a logical way to quickly build a theme in the room - but it is also expensive, particularly if the teen changes their mind and wants to drastically change the color scheme.

  • If you go for drastically different color tones or richness of colors, your walls could come out looking sloppy.

  • Under the Home & Garden category is a bevvy of throw pillows, all at drastically reduced prices.

  • Likewise, the way it looks in the packaging can often be drastically different from the way it looks when applied to your face or body.

  • Even the slightest change to the brows can change a person's expression or appearance drastically.

  • If any type of event occurs in the world, the value of currency can change either slightly or drastically.

  • Choosing a lower fat cut of meat can drastically reduce the fat in a recipe.

  • Allowing the sauce its own space to be its own taste and putting the enchilada in a supporting or finishing role drastically altered the way I approached this sauce.

  • If you find that much of your time is spent treating unimportant or non-urgent tasks as though they were important or urgent, you probably need to drastically change your attitude about your schedule.

  • Homework middle school expectations change drastically from when your child was in elementary school.

  • Although it was an honor being selected as a winner, being an "'It Girl" hasn't changed my life drastically because I have always thought of myself as one.

  • Mossy Oak prom dresses range in style just as drastically as traditional prom gowns.

  • If you notice a change in your daughters eating habits, or just her general attitude, change drastically, you may want to watch her for more signs of an eating disorder.

  • Being a mentor to a teen who does not have any good parental figures or role models in his life can drastically change the teen's outlook on life.

  • Hidden fees can drastically inflate the price of even the best bargain, but savvy shoppers will be able to find an inexpensive and beautiful dress that will make the flower girl a true princess on the wedding day.

  • Moreover, some wedding invitations may indicate "formal" on the invite, which will drastically affect your wardrobe options.

  • However, depressive episodes are drastically reduced after the first month.

  • Depression may also occur if the characteristics of light exposure change drastically; unrelated to seasons.

  • Things changed drastically when Winfrey was six years old and moved to Milwaukee to live with her mother.

  • Many sellers reduce the prices on their items drastically before they close up shop simply because they don't want to haul everything back inside.

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