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use "glossary" in a sentence

The Ministry of Finance controlled the balance of payments (see glossary) and monitored the impact of foreign trade on the state budget.

There is no glossary as such, but some 36 terms are defined in the text.

glossary Further information: List of oncology-related terms
with the electronic world.

The text of the Jerusalem Talmud does not mention the name although it is found added as a secondary marginal gloss to the Leiden manuscript (13th century) by an unknown glossator.

"Rex does not use the orchid schedule to gloss over gummy plotting.

West Germanic Ziu / Tiw A gloss to the Wessobrunn prayer names the Alamanni Cyowari (worshipers of Cyo) and their capital Augsburg Ciesburc.

Bright steel can be achieved with white metal and pewter figures by burnishing and gloss varnishing the unpainted metal.

Walls were painted in an enamel gloss finish in an ivory color with a tint of green described as Deauville.

Also, adhering to the comic-look roots, the Matrix has a small pale dot in the blue center giving it the feel of a glow and gloss.

This is sometimes used as a gloss for "pragmatic" successions in Europe; it had somewhat more standing during the Middle Ages everywhere in Europe.

The period leading up to nationalisation in 1948 saw a reversion to Malachite green, albeit in gloss form.

Most of Custine's mocking was reserved for the Russian nobility and Nicholas I. Custine said Russia's aristocracy had "just enough of the gloss of European civilization to be 'spoiled as savages' but not enough to become cultivated men.

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