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use "ergo" in a sentence

However, Flat tax proponents necessarily contest the concept of the diminishing marginal utility of money (ergo the principle rationale for a flat marginal tax rate).

As part of the Fit to Fight program, the USAF adopted a more stringent physical fitness assessment; the new fitness
onslaughts would then be witness to the second stage of the war Games - the Chess' last blow to eradicate (if any) left threats and flaunts their superiority.

The Mandaeans face great religious persecution from other religious groups whose goals are to eradicate all Mandaeans from Iraq.

However, Nagiko reappears later on to help Kuniko to negotiate with Ryoko to grant temporary shelter inside Atlas for the inhabitants on the surface so that Metal Age can eradicate Daedulus by burning Tokyo down.

However, Mong Fan learns of their upcoming arrival, and plans a trap to eradicate his enemies.

Catholics, who had largely supported the Royalist side, were often considered to be traitors and efforts were made to eradicate the religion.

Consequently, Little Tokyo, like other ethnic urban enclaves, is constantly threatened with development that could eradicate it.

It is a superweapon compacted into a stone, with enough raw power to eradicate any life form or structure within a ten-mile radius.

The wHO aims to eradicate polio within the next few years.

Over 250 professionals work full-time to eradicate mass poverty in rural India.

However, it appears to be an accurate reflection of current government practice designed to eradicate slowly the Bahß'ÿ community.

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