Example sentences for: differently

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

  • This has the advantages of allowing simultaneous assay of two or more differently labeled probes and detection directly after post-hybridization washes.

  • differently from other important products such as groceries, bank accounts and internet service.

  • On the other hand, an investigation assessing if US reviewers/non-US reviewers evaluated manuscripts differently, depending on whether the manuscripts were submitted from outside the USA or from the USA, showed that reviewers from the USA and outside the USA evaluated non-US papers similarly and evaluated papers submitted by US authors more favorably, with US reviewers having a significant preference for US papers [ 23 ] . This would indicate that a selection bias must not be ruled out.

  • While one challenge in providing education on quality improvement principles is the content of the curriculum, another challenge consists of presenting information differently from the usual didactic seminars that nursing home staffs attend, which are not always effective.

  • In one interval checked, W reveals Montague (Romeo's family name), Montmorency (a kind of cherry), Montrachet (wine), monuron (a herbicide), moon-eye (a fish), moon-eyed (open-eyed), and moonflower , as headwords not in L ; the same interval in L reveals montbretia (a plant), Montessorian (teaching method), month of Sundays , Montilla , -mony (suffix) Moog synthesizer , moon daisy (the oxeye), moon-faced , moonglow , and moonrat , which do not appear in W . Leaving aside the plants and animals, which are differently distributed for American and British users, the only significant omission from L is Montrachet , while the important words omitted from W are Montessorian , month of Sundays , -mony , Moog synthesizer , moon-faced , and moonglow . The last word is not in the RHD II , but it should be, for the L citation is from Henry Miller and the word also appears in the lyrics written for the popularized rendition of Tchaikovsky's 5th symphony.

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