Example sentences for: aberdeen

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

  • Still, basic training is meant to model some of the rigors of war, and it turns out to be a useful model indeed: The complaints of sexual harassment that deluged the Army after the Aberdeen scandal (which itself didn't involve basic training) show how male and female psychology can complicate life for a sexually integrated army.

  • As Mairie Robinson, editor-in-chief of The Concise Scots Dictionary (Aberdeen University Press, 1985), points out in her Introduction, Scots is more strongly differentiated from Standard English than any of the English regional dialects in the number of words, meanings of words and expressions not current in Standard English, in its strikingly different pronunciation, and in the loyal affection with which the Scottish people continue to embrace it.

  • A lot is riding on the debate: “If the theory is right, it's one of the most significant in biology for a long time,” says ecologist David Robinson of the University of Aberdeen.

  • John Longhouser , head of the Aberdeen Proving Ground, retired after an affair he had had five years ago became public knowledge.

  • Thomas Crawford (Aberdeen) analyzes the rhetoric of Boswell's letters to such friends as Andrew Erskine, John Johnston, and William Temple, a useful way to demonstrate how Boswell developed his literary skills.


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