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use "scintilla" in a sentence

Especially today, dressed as she was in a scarlet caftan with a scintilla of beads bobbing and clattering over her bosom.

The immediate assumption, that he had seduced her, may well have been correct but was not the primary reason for her visit; she had a letter for him from Maga
written by Shaikh Muhammad Afifi al-Akiti.

Locally controlled scholarly publishing via the internet: The guild model.

Research, Publications and Related scholarly Activities Etemad has published widely and has received numerous recognitions as well as national and international awards for his work.

The conflicts between the aims of the Mission and that of the College are best represented by a sign in the College Library, which indicated that the viewpoints presented in some of the reference and scholarly works, were not those of the Mission.

Gerhard Falk German born sociologist and historian, Gerhard Falk has written over fifty scholarly works, including STIGMA: How We Treat Outsiders.

An objective ranking of Faculty scholarly Productivity Index by Academic Analytics ranks University of Washington in research productivity in Business Administration and in marketing.

However, as he was isolated from governance, he decided to pick up the quill and dedicate himself to intensive scholarly studies.

Second, it became a scholarly exercise in examining the history of worship.

For the most part, these names are arbitrary or even misleading, but they are widely used in scholarly writing.

Kahin requested "much more pertinent documentation" on the event in order to create a "fuller and more scholarly" report and analysis of the coup.

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