English words and Examples of Usage

use "forensic" in a sentence

In some countries general psychiatrists can practice forensic psychiatry as well.

The forensic examination determined the tears in the trousers suggested the implements that had pierced the material, attempted to lift Taylor in an upwards fashion.

At this stage, the
presidential nominations.

An unsuccessful student can either accept an admission elsewhere, forego a college education, or wait until the following spring to take the national examinations again.

Contrary to popular perception, project-706 did not forego the plutonium route to the bomb, and pursued it parallel along with the uranium route.

poor households either forego treatment or face devastating financial consequences.

During the 1992 Series ESpN announced it was willing to pay a $13 million penalty to forego its option to carry 1994 95 games for $250 million.

Following this success, worthy elected to forego his senior year and enter the NBA draft.

Obviously, I have to forego a top or bottom.

The Federal Aviation Administration routinely receives alerts of solar radio bursts so that they can recognize communication problems and forego unnecessary maintenance.

He had promised to return to face trial and did so despite pressure put in him to forego his bail and go into exile.

If a manager thinks highly enough of an employee, he or she may decide to forego punishment in favor of a second chance.

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