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phased Sentence Examples

  • Under his spell, the blonde wasn't going to be phased by the display of magic, while Ingrid already knew he was the real thing.

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  • Spanish was being phased out in spite of its growing popularity, they added.

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  • The phased moved away from a slots allocation based on historic patterns to one based on weighted capitation should improve the equity of access.

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  • Work is being phased over a five-year period to reduce any potentially detrimental effects on wildlife.

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  • The text repeats calls for a phased program of nuclear disarmament, referring to past calls for timebound nuclear disarmament only in the preamble.

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  • It is time to plan with the Iraqis a phased drawdown over a period of no more than twelve months.

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  • Over a hypnotic drumbeat, the vocals are split and phased, comin ' at you from each speaker in a double attack.

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  • The use of drum incinerators to burn plastics will be phased out.

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  • They are being phased out in many places. public latrines: working on either the pit or septic tank principle.

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  • monoclonal antibody production will be phased out.

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  • For example, a more restricted parking permit scheme could precede a phased introduction of parking charges.

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  • This was a single phased, ramped posthole of the middle palisade of the main enclosure.

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  • RAF pumas are due to be phased out of service in 2010.

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  • We will consider additional requests for this type of phased revocation on a case-by-case basis.

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  • However, the Computing Service is scheduling a phased rollout of Windows 2000 for staff starting in May.

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  • The Council has decided to commit to the phased development of the airport that includes a runway extension, west of the existing runway extension, west of the existing runway.

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  • Similar brown stoneware bowls were in fashion at the end of the 19th century, being phased out in favor of white bowls.

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  • The taxi voucher scheme would be phased out over six months which gave ample time to publicize the new system.

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  • RAF Pumas are due to be phased out of service in 2010.

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  • The phased retreat of the ice lobe further westward is recorded by cross-valley, ice-contact ridges.

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  • The Council has decided to commit to the phased development of the airport that includes a runway extension, west of the existing runway.

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  • Since the launch of the DS Lite, original DS units are slowly being phased out.

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  • The 40-watt incandescent light bulb must be completely phased out by 2014.

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  • As it has been phased out of main production, it can be hard to find.

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  • The company continues adding new paper collections as others are phased out, so you're likely to find other patterns for the 6x6 pads at any time.

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  • If you are looking for a Softech style that has been phased out, check a site such as eBay which may still have it on one of their auctions.

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  • Vinyl (PVC) is gradually being phased out for shower curtains, as it's recognized as a dangerous fabric.

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  • Sponsors such as Accenture and Gillette phased Woods out of ads, with Accenture ultimately axing its relationship with the golfer.

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  • As the dog learns the hand signals and word signals for the commands, the lure can gradually be phased out of the training sessions.

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  • Eddie was actually portrayed by Moose, a Jack Russell Terrier, and though you may not realize it, Moose was eventually phased into retirement and his identical son Enzo took over the role of Eddie.

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  • Eventually, the men's line was phased out in order to place greater focus on the female division.

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  • However, the company does not make any guarantees when it comes to which parts are kept in stock once a style has been phased out.

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  • Smith Charm is one style that has been phased out.

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  • While it's unfortunate that Smith Bauhaus frames are being phased out, by shopping around, you may be able to get a good price in the end either on the Bauhaus or on the perfect alternative.

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  • Maybe the particular color did not sell well or it is being phased out and replaced with an updated version.

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  • Under Paramount, and later Viacom, who purchased Paramount, the Carolina-themed attractions were phased out in favor of television and movie themed rides and shows.

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  • It had a good set of launch games, but soon the system phased out because its promise of eventually becoming a home computer wasn't happening.

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  • Older handsets running on the analog AMPS network have been phased out and many of the phones are now capable of high-speed 3G connectivity.

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  • This library will change over time with new additions joining the fray and older ones being phased out.

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  • "Norelco," which is actually a modified acronym for "North American Philips Company," will probably be phased out sometime in the future.

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  • Clear, classic Herbal Essence shampoos in formulas such as moisturizing for normal hair and clarifying for normal hair, have been phased out of standard drug and department stores and replaced with the reformulated Herbal Essence shampoos.

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  • The beaded fashion phased out, with teens now jazzing up their cornrows with intricate parting in the rows.

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  • Starting in 2008, lender grants were phased out but government-sponsored grants continue to be available.

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  • Veteran actors are often phased out for the younger, cheaper actors in many areas.

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  • Unfortunately, the BIC program is currently being phased out due to budget cuts (as of June, 2005), according to an SBA spokesperson.

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  • The Comanche was phased out of production after the 1992 model year because consumers seemed to gravitate toward the extended cabs and lower prices of other American compact trucks on the market.

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  • Under the provisions of the Affordable Care Act, the annual or lifetime limit on the amount of benefits that a health insurance plan will pay out is being phased out.

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  • After decades of success, Barbizon was sold to Vanity Fair and was eventually phased out.

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  • Corsets were lengthened to cover the hips until 1914, when developments in elastic changed undergarments and phased out the corsets.

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  • I didn't get phased when there were interruptions or shots were halted to adjust camera angles and things like that.

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  • Many of these fragrances are limited edition or phased in and out seasonally.

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  • The U.S. Army adopted the new uniform in 2008 and it will be fully phased in by the end of 2010.

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  • However, you need to remember that all three of these properties used with the <FONT> tag in the body of the document have been "deprecated" or phased out since the release of HTML 4.01.

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