English words and Examples of Usage

use "g" in a sentence

Cain and A.g Hopkins contest Hobson's conspiratorial overtones and "reductionisms," but do not reject the influence of "the City's" financial interests.

This causes problems when a flat imaging device is used e.g. a photographic plate or CCD image sensor.

Based on precedent,
honour of themselves, their families, the Army and Germany through a grand, if futile, gesture, rather than actually altering the course of history.

Immigration laws rendered approaches to the police futile since many of the inhabitants were illegal immigrants.

Like his predecessor, Legge felt that the proposed assault on Lone Pine would be costly and most likely futile unless the high ground above it was first seized.

To his credit Robert Waterman made numerous futile efforts to have the full original name restored.

Rod tells him that he doesn't need a girlfriend and that it's futile to try to find the "matching bra the panties," and Matthew accuses him of being too machismo.

The decline of Jacobitism left Charles making futile attempts to enlist assistance, and another abortive plot to raise support in England.

Manley practiced simulated antisubmarine warfare attacks with the squadron while en route but was diverted on December 11 through heavy seas toward the Azores where an aircraft had been reported down, Manley took her position in a futile search.

Over the course of the next twenty years the struggles of his sons were to be "ceaseless, heroic, and largely futile." After brief efforts to pull free proved futile, Capt. W. F. Adair, the commander of the steamer, ordered his crew to abandon their ship and to head for the nearest land in boats, hoping to reach shore before daylight.

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