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use "compromise" in a sentence

It is considered an inappropriate and improbable practice to let CSI personnel to be involved in detective work as it would compromise the impartiality of scientific evidence and would be impracticably time-consuming.

The Arab states rejected this compromise, at least in
comprise about 4,000 academics, scholars and researchers.

The webs spun by orb-weavers are complex and can comprise up to 60 metres of silk and 3,000 separate attachments.

Farming and tourism comprise the majority of its economy, the latter being based in the grounds of Clippesby Hall.

They usually comprise a rotor containing two, four, six, or many more numbered wells within which centrifuge tubes may be placed.

Visit to the fort comprise seeing the architectural beauty in many of the pavallions, gates, entrances and domes.

The seven species of water hyacinth comprise the genus Eichhornia.

"Adult English Programs" Hess Educational Organization Website, accessed 2006-09-10 Hess has several key books that comprise their curriculum for students: Phonics - The very first thing students learn.

Since most router implementations support software-defined tunnel interface, customer-provisioned VPNs often comprise simply a set of tunnels over which conventional routing protocols run.

The first 78 comprise the Rocky Bullwinkle storylines from the first two seasons of the original series (these segments originally aired under the Rocky And His Friends title).

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