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use "linguistic" in a sentence

Princetonline, Early History of Africa Thus, linguistic experts such as Christopher Ehret Ehret, C. The Civilizations of Africa: a History to 1800, University Press of Virginia.

The Czech Republic has introduced a law in 2002 that guarantees the use of native minority languages

He was found guilty as charged, however, and fined 10 dollars although suspicions linger that he may have been entrapped by the alleged victim and the arresting officer.

If so, there yet linger glimpses of wisdom in his memory.

However, riders are not to linger, but simply let the horse drink and move on.

Late in March 1984, Allison sensationally claimed that it was "better for the club to die than to linger slowly on its deathbed", a quote which was swiftly followed by his sacking.

Three recent studies by the Washington Department of Ecology showed that toxic chemicals banned decades ago continue to linger in the environment and concentrate in the food chain.

She found that they also learned to handle conflicts skillfully such that resentments didn't linger.

Shine the sun down on her halls of wisdom, where memories linger and our thoughts remain Sing her praises out across the valley, that echoes our refrain: Geneseo! It usually clears to warm, sunny weather by late morning or noon before returning in the later evening but will occasionally linger all day.

Other traces of Delamere's colonial "reign” were not permitted to linger.

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