When writing a sentence, generally you start with a capital letter and finish with a period (.), an exclamation mark (!), or a question mark (?).
Eleanor suffered severely for her conjugal affection even after the death of her husband by being imprisoned for the dreadful period of forty-three years.
It is not known when the Hinamatsuri first started, but the Nagashibina, in its most primitive form, was already being celebrated during the Heian period.
If your licence exceeds its validity period then you can be issued with a new licence in the following way.
Depression is a period marked by slackening of business activity, widespread unemployment, falling prices, and wages, etc.
The museums are full of objects which the most cultivated taste of a period considered beautiful, but which seem to us now worthless.
During the probation period of my friend's new job, each month's salary is 3000 RMB; once the probation period has been fulfilled, each month's salary is 3500 RMB.
In the post-War period, up until 1975, Emperor Showa prayed at the Yasukuni Shrine a total of 8 times.
Up to this point I have presented an overview of the growth of political unrest in the period.
In the same period, the number of urban netizens in China reached one hundred and twenty five million, making up 21.6% of the total urban population.
Could it be that her prickly attitude is just because she has period pains? No, couldn't be.
At no period of our ancient history does there appear to have been greater attention paid to the culture of the female mind than during the age of Elizabeth and at no time has there existed a greater number of amiable and respectable women.
Net profit for the period is estimated at 5 billion yen, largely unchanged from the previous one.
Inglés palabraokres"(period) ocurre en conjuntos:IN THE MEDIA. Specjalnie dla Artura A. część 2Metoda Callana stage 5 lesson 61-62Unit 4 a Technology and health p. 62Fiszki z książki - "The Ethical Way" (Joseph Farrell)UNIT 1.26 - Time Expressions
It was a short spell of my life, I don't want to talk about it.
Tom can spell better than Mary.
She put him under a spell.
Anyone who can only think of one way to spell a word obviously lacks imagination.
cast a spell
You must not cast a spell upon someone inside the school.
Having misconceptions of what mathematics is is even more ordinary than not knowing how to spell my name.
He could put together words from his word list, or spell out words letter by letter.
What is she saying? "You don't even know 'norito'?" "Norito?" "It's something like a Shinto spell."
Researchers at the Gorilla Foundation have to spell out words like "c-a-n-d-y" and "g-u-m" when Koko is nearby.
We are here just for a spell and then pass on. So get a few laughs and do the best you can. Live your life so that whenever you lose it, you are ahead.
Misdemeanour is a difficult word to spell as it has a lot of letters.
bryt. spelt/amer. spelled
When the sun does come out—during Wimbledon, say, or for a spell in August—British people go reliably mad, take their tops off, and barbecue frantically for a few days, until the skies cloud over again.
After a spell as an actress in her younger days, Kylie Minogue has carved out a successful career for herself as a singer.
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Is your menstruation normal?
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What is the average life span in Japan?
His presidency spanned 8 years.
My son's short attention span is causing him problems at school.
The present perfect expresses the long span from past to present.
Canada spans about 5000 kilometres.
The Russo-Turkish wars span about four centuries of history, conflicts and diplomatic setbacks.
You have the attention span of a chicken. "Chickens are delicious." "My point exactly."
Thanks to these discoveries, man's life span has become twice as long as before.
There were figures there from those of an age best called girls and boys to those who looked to be old enough to be about to live out their life span.
the length of something from one end to the other, huge wings with a span of over a metre
our business spans the glob
We distinguish long term and short term memory span.
You can gradually make sessions longer as your child gets older and their concentration span increases.
Over a span of just three years, the new government has transformed the country's economic prospects.
This linguistic connection spanned over 16 million square miles of ocean, including more than 1,000 islands.
Inglés palabraokres"(span) ocurre en conjuntos:powerboost 2
'Radioactivity' is a chemistry term.
The term ‘milonguero style tango’ was coined in the early 1990s to describe the style of dancing tango that was prevalent in the milongas of downtown Buenos Aires in the 1950s.
It is a term used to describe the warming of the earth due to increasing amounts of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.
However, the duty of a student is to study. So if you neglect the end of term test, that's a "no!".
It was proposed that the term "blind person" be replaced with the term "visually impaired person".
Not all are called to be artists in the specific sense of the term. Yet, as Genesis has it, all men and women are entrusted with the task of crafting their own life: in a certain sense, they are to make of it a work of art, a masterpiece.
Last time I couldn't carry my baby to full term.
In the strict sense of the term, a true democracy has never existed, and never will exist. It is against natural order that the great number should govern and that the few should be governed.
Emphasizing its postural lean characteristic, the term ‘tango apilado’ has often been used as a synonym for 'tango milonguero'.
The term "hutong", originally meaning "water well", came from the Mongolian language about 700 years ago.
a technical/legal/scientific, etc. term
In the 1984 seminal book author Cara Greenberg gave a term to the style of design, architecture, furniture and accessories that had proliferated since World War II
this term has been disputed by scholars, in particular in reaction to Carl Condit's book The Chicago School of Architecture.
His disjointed term paper earned him a grade of 63%. Of course, he was not very logical himself.
We have to stint it's size to one hundred pages.
a fouryear prison stint on the resume might raise a few eyebrows.
I like to go for a beer with the guys after finishing my stint at work.
When someone returns from a stint working there, they are expected to come home driving an expensive car.
Let us not stint on education. Let us not begrudge future generations this funding.
He did a stint in the army.
He did a stint in the army. She enjoyed her stint as a secretary. He never stints on alcohol at his parties. He spends money without stint.
stowage room hasn't been stinted
She enjoyed her stint as a secretary
5 years stint
This was a time of rapid improvement in living standards and a high annual level of house construction. I enjoyed my stint at the Embassy because of my close involvement with my Japanese counterparts, especially those like the Ministry of Constr
his varied career included a stint as a magician || This doesn't mean you should stint on creativity.
A stint of 8 months spent on maternity leave made her return to work with eagerness.
Inglés palabraokres"(stint) ocurre en conjuntos:girl with dragon 3E Dla Zaawansowanych 2 C1-C2DDL - 3 seria
7. period of time
He worked as a teacher for a short period of time.
Inglés palabraokres"(period of time) ocurre en conjuntos:Iwka 4th July 2014 (2 hours)