Example sentences for: affixed

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  • Part IV: HOW ENGLISH WORDS ARE CREATED: A SHORT COURSE is a simplified, step-by-step presentation, which includes a large assortment of easy-to-understand charts and tables and illustrates how English words are constructed from native Latin-, and Greek-derived roots to which prefixes, suffixes, and other roots are affixed in accordance with precise linguistic rules.

  • In an inflected language, endings affixed to the words for dog and ball indicate which object is direct and which is indirect.

  • After skulls are smashed, throats slit, and bosoms skewered in the name of Christ, Elizabeth decides to: a) "unsex" herself and become a symbol--the Virgin Queen, married only to England; and b) entertain dissenting opinions exclusively from those whose heads are affixed to spikes.

  • "The profundity of an artist such as we won't see again for some time" (Sarah Kaufman, the Washington Post ). Critics forgive his use of goofy gimmicks--he improvises a dance to his own heartbeat, which is amplified by a device affixed to his chest--focusing instead on the credibility he has given modern dance, having switched from classical ballet in midcareer.

  • In adopting this Report and Order, the Commission amends its rules to require that, either at specific dates in the future or on a phased-in basis, all telephones in workplaces, confined settings (such as hospitals and nursing homes), and hotels and motels be hearing aid compatible; have volume control; and have the letters "HAC" affixed to them.


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