existing Exemples

  • Exemples de exist
    1. Emblems of past promises for a utopian future and scenes of a present still poisoned by those promises exist on a continuum in these wry but unlaughing, beautifully painted pictures.
    2. On the day I checked into comedycentral.com , with its discordant graphic styles, clown-colored ads, egg-yolk-yellow background and general I-exist-to-pester-you design scheme, I was dangerously unmesmerized by the digital video.
    3. But imagine, if you like, a world where climate change did not exist.
    4. There is no way to do it. [=No way to do it exists.]
    5. Is there an answer? [=Does an answer exist?]
    6. No, there isn't. [=No, one doesn't exist.]
    7. Food doesn't cease to exist merely because somebody swallowed it, beanbrain.
    8. So before blamestorming wireless, make sure that the problem does not exist when you are using wired networking.
    9. We are told to cease and desist or we will cease to exist.
  • Exemples de exists
    1. Two varieties are said to be birationally equivalent if there exists a birational map between them.
    2. There is no way to do it. [=No way to do it exists.]
    3. If x is a positive number, then there exists [=there is] a positive number y less than x.
    4. In this “O, O,” as in many French encounters with Judson-era artists and precepts, there exists a dissonance-causing artifice; the seven new performers do not always seem as unadornedly present as their American peers were.
    5. This flaw exists because the financial system necessary for capitalist vitality and vigor — which translates entrepreneurial animal spirits into effective demand for investmentcontains the potential for runaway expansion, powered by an investment boom.
    6. For the Baslers no town exists but their own: only Basel is "civilized," and north of the river Birs the land of the barbarians begins.
    7. The universalist claims that ‘The Taj Mahal exists’ is true, so if she is right about what is true then ‘The Taj Mahal exists’ is true. By disquotation, then, the Taj Mahal exists.
    8. Dehiscence, or Ejaculation of Pollen or Seed.— The pollen of plants is the fecundating power, and consists of a number of small sacs, invisible to the naked eye, in which a fluid exists, which is analogous to the spermatic fluid in man and animals.
  • Exemples de existed
    1. At the same time Ms. Metselaar-Berthold, East Germany's version of Nan Goldin, captured scenes of disorderly bohemia (where supposedly none existed) in parties of topless women and pantless men.
    2. "Latter-day Saints believe that all of us, Christ included, existed in a premortal existence, as spirits," Mr. Millet said.
    3. Our constitution is a prescriptive constitution; it is a constitution, whose sole authority is, that it has existed time out of mind.
    4. What I find deeply disturbing, however, is that Mr. Ross could believe that the earth was created 10,000 years ago, but nevertheless write in his dissertation that mosasaurs, or marine reptiles, existed more than 65 million years ago.
    5. The cam-within-a-cam concept has existed for decades, but perfecting it for production might just add another decade to the life of the pushrod engine.
    6. This may be called milieu control. The Chinese Communist prison is probably the most thoroughly controlled and manipulated group environment that has ever existed.
  • Exemples de existing
    1. "Currently, we're pretty well settled with everything we've been doing, and a visit to Cannes is more about working on existing relationships. Calling it a 'schmooze-athon' would best sum it up."
    2. Space is the Phantasme of a Thing existing without the Mind simply.
    3. You can add existing Web server controls and markup to a user control.
    4. Nikon has tried to consumerize an existing S.L.R.; Canon has tried to S.L.R.-ize an existing consumer camera.
    5. It makes sure that the field name argument is not empty, and that the field specified there is an actual existing field in the class which declares the method decorated with this attribute.
    6. The shooting escalated the existing hostility.
    7. The existing collection of paintings will be rehoused in the new gallery.
    8. With the present psychical and structural characteristics of the human species, it may be reasonably concluded that those of other existing species, especially of the distinctly marked vertebrate classes, will be, at least, concurrent and co-enduring;
    Difficulté: Niveau 1
    Facile     ➨     Difficile
    Définition: Niveau 2
    Précis    ➨     Polyvalent

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