Example sentences for: ambiguity

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

  • The current approach is inefficient and ineffective, imposing unnecessarily high costs due to: (1) stranded capital investments from the installation of controls that later become obsolete when additional requirements are promulgated; (2) reduced lead time for complying with those requirements; (3) limited or non-existent flexibility for emissions trading to allow cost-efficient control options; and (4) a reliance upon lengthy, expensive, and uncertain litigation to sort out regulatory ambiguity and compliance with the law.

  • Lacking the authority of either Isaiah or Matthew, most of us might well remember that while the goal in writing is to avoid ambiguity, the goal in translation should be to replicate it.

  • One reason for ambiguity of the duplication status was gaps in the genome sequence; if either the query or the subject L1 had a stretch of more than 50 Ns in the 3 kb of downstream flanking sequence, indicating a gap in genome sequence, these were excluded from the analysis because they tended to interfere with the assessment of duplication and confound the automatic analysis.

  • 273)--"Fun With Ambiguity":

  • That is not to say that ambiguity is confined to headlines.


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