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use "tautological" in a sentence

In chapter 4 (Idealism) he highlights Berkeley's tautological premise for advancing idealism.

Of course, this is rather useless as a defining feature, since it is tautological ("other languages" can only be defined by opposition to polysynthetic ones, and vice
one of the best Stephen king adaptations to date." The crew of the Seabird uses a "great iron-bound snatch-block" to direct the rope from the island to their "mizzen-capstan," so that they can pull it taut.

Impact Scheerbart certainly influenced Bruno Taut's Glass Pavilion at the 1914 Werkbund Exhibition the first, last, and only design of German Expressionist glass architecture that was actually constructed.

In order to measure horizontal distances, these chains or tapes would be pulled taut according to temperature, to reduce sagging and slack.

Articles Nikhat kazmi of Times of India gave the movie a 3 star rating out of 5 and praised it for its gripping story and taut performances.

Rand rand edge of the spray skirt The rand is the edge of the spray skirt which goes around the edge of the cockpit and holds the sprayskirt taut in place.

Usage is simple a taut string or other straight edge is placed so as to contact the two known values on their lines.

To ensure the complete severing of the head, the warrior tied his hair to a bamboo bent taut before he cut his neck.

He spins a taut, tight, concise web of terror and surprise.

Move the pencil around, while keeping the string taut, and its tip will trace out an ellipse.

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