English words and Examples of Usage

use "exert" in a sentence

While doing this, do not exert pressure on the extravasation area.

This punishment, which he incurred because of his brazen conduct, was also urgently necessary to exert pressure on foreign parts.

Several large shopping malls opened during the 1970s, and the retail and dining industry began
the IRS as a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt charity.

Only ROC passport holders who also hold household registration in the Taiwan Area are exempt from immigration restrictions in Taiwan.

Some foreign nationals volunteered for the US military, but many more were US permanent residents, who were subject to the draft, if they were male, of draft age, and not otherwise deferred or exempt from service.

The Fury determined that this jaspers was not its creator and therefore was not exempt from its directive to kill superhumans.

Also exempt were bomb victims who later died of their injuries.

Appropriations subcommittee chairmanships are not exempt.

There are many other classes of workers who may be exempt including outside salespeople, certain agricultural employees, certain live-in employees, and certain transportation employees.

Fans and golf columnists point to the 2005 WGC-American Express Championship as the event where john Daly's post-2006 exempt status would be determined.

Emilie was exempt from nominations as she had been placed in a secret room following Romain's eviction.

Its low-powered repeaters may be exempt from the changeover.

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