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use "jargon" in a sentence

However, the soldiers are able to act fairly independently within the confines of Fettel's mind control, relying on using military jargon to communicate amongst themselves.

jargon often appears in lectures, and sometimes in print, as informal shorthand for more rigorous arguments or
stripe of lighter fur on his side, and acquires super-powers after exposure to X-Kryptonite.

However, whereas the yellow sun of Earth powers Clark, it turns the phantom's skin into a jagged stone-like appearance.

First, the ice pick holes in the pajama top were jagged and torn, not smoothly cylindrical as the holes in MacDonald's pajama jacket.

It is larger than its pre-evolved form, with prominent ears and a pair of jagged wings on its back.

The tail, which is separated and jagged with cutting points for several feet, is flanked with two more tentacles of the same dimensions as the others and 30 feet long.

go-ga A giant snail with a jagged shell.

Although the eastern coastline of South Korea is generally unindented, the southern and western coasts are jagged and irregular.

Her throat was severed deeply by two cuts; the lower part of the abdomen was partly ripped open by a deep, jagged wound.

He wields the Zanba sword, which is a long jagged blade that can perform lighting elemental attacks.

The 67's third jersey was unveiled in 2001. It features a logo with an angry puck, and a white background body with red and black jagged trim along the bottom and arms.

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