Example sentences for: originates

How can you use “originates” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • While it can be stated with confidence that the vast majority of the sequence analyzed originates from M. incognita , we cannot rule out the possibility that the collection may include a very small number of contaminating sequences.

  • The drama originates in Aragón, Spain, during the twelfth century, when Jaime I reconquered a region in southern Spain that was controlled by the Moors.

  • Isn't there any argument to be made that originates in some redeeming value of the president?

  • Another form of bias originates in patients' predisposition to endorse symptoms because of dysphoria, negative affectivity, or readiness to attribute distress to some preferred, rather than actual, source when queried by the interviewer.

  • The amount of catalyst will tend to be lower in situations that are less challenging, such as with lower sulfur coals or situations expected to have lower gaseous arsenic concentration (gaseous arsenic is a catalyst poison that originates in the coal; it will reduce the lifetime of the SCR catalyst).


How many words do you know? Try our free vocabulary size test!


Search

Search for example sentences

Loading Loading...
Quantcast