How to use Well-regarded in a sentence

well-regarded
  • Practically every law of harmony in 16th-century music may be equally well regarded as a law of vocal effect.

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  • Edinburgh, Saracen and Dawes all make well regarded touring bikes for around £ 470.

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  • A variety of diverse and well-regarded institutions, including Purdue University, UCLA, Columbia University and Arizona State University, offer majors in interior design.

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  • In addition, this particular series of cameras is well regarded for its manual options, which allow photographers to get creative with lighting and framing.

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  • Columbia houses several well-regarded graduate schools, including the Graduate School of Journalism.

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  • The product was well regarded and sold regionally in the California area until 1976 when the company changed hands.

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  • One of the most popular and well-regarded is Hips and Curves.

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  • There are several well-regarded specialists and sleep centers in the Arlington area.

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  • Instead of trying to sort through the chaff, just go to the National Automobile Dealers Association's site, a well-regarded source that even auto dealers use.

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  • The fact that SAS is so well regarded as a company speaks highly of the craftsmanship of their shoes and accessories.

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  • The fact that SAS is so well regarded as a company speaks to the craftsmanship of their shoes and accessories.

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  • If you work in a more progressive environment such as retail or public relations, where fashion is well-regarded, than metallic shoes can be an asset to an otherwise downplayed outfit.

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  • Critics were also fair to the series, giving it a B+ rating, mostly based upon the fact that Kevin Williamson was already well regarded in the entertainment industry.

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