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use "exact" in a sentence

The exact amount of Smith's forgeries is unknown.

The presupposition of God, soul, and freedom was then a practical concern, for "Morality, by itself, constitutes a system, but happiness does not, unless it is distributed in exact proportion to morality.

He had fully intended to exacerbate anti-mutant tensions through his advertising campaign.

This would cause a serious increase in the need for medication for allergies and exacerbate the effects of global warming on our economy.

If credit incentives do not change, opponents of the FairTax worry it could exacerbate an existing consumer debt problem.

Nutrients such as nitrogen and phosphorus can cause or exacerbate eutrophication of fresh water bodies such as lakes and rivers.

He also stated he encountered a number of cases in which he felt the lack of Iraqi cooperation was designed to exacerbate the suffering of its own people.

Despite his propensity towards violence - or perhaps to find excuse for it - he makes a point of never avoiding things that might exacerbate it whether these be small birds or animals or simply difficult terrain.

To exacerbate problems by forcing a disaster victim to leave behind a beloved pet - a member of their family - is both unconscionable and entirely unnecessary.

These genetic abnormalities alone do not directly cause the disorder, but they seem to exacerbate the reduction in enzymatic efficiency when combined with one or more primary CPT2 mutations.

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