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use "rubric" in a sentence

A standard elimination rubric might run 8-4-2, with eight poets in the first round, four in the second, and two in the last.

Legacy Today these ideas, regardless of provenance, are referred to in academia under the rubric of "keynesian economics", due to keynes's role in consolidating, elaborating,
which are then infilled with loose material and rubble.

One Japanese cruiser sank; another was reduced to rubble; a third was holed twice, and a destroyer sank.

These ships would be stripped to essential fittings and their lower holds and ballast filled with rubble and concrete.

Rescue workers and volunteers searched the rubble of a collapsed 3-story course building, rescuing survivors and recovering bodies while parents waited nearby.

The town of khimlasa is enclosed within a fortified wall built of stone rubble more or less coursed.

Except on the west coast, where the white sandy beach is more extensive than elsewhere, a strip of dark gray coral rubble, forming a series of low ridges parallel to the coast, lies within the narrow beach, extending inward to the island rim.

From the rubble McClane staggers out and tells him it's the wrong address.

When Terence's body was discovered under the rubble of the kings Show Home, Steph was arrested for his murder.

The other end of the fire under the rubble of the first home that housed the proto-Hellenes of Chile.

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