Example sentences for: it--on

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

  • The top national story at the Washington Post is the crash of a stealth fighter at an airshow (the first Redskins game at the new stadium dominates the front page), and that accident and two others involving military aircraft are the lead at USA Today . At the New York Times the lead is the U.S.'s possible shift to endorsing a land mine ban, while at the Los Angeles Times , it's a new study about the impact of immigration on the California economy and what to do about it--on a front page dominated by a backstage picture and the accompanying headline "'3rd Rock,' 'Seinfeld' Stars Win Emmys."

  • Ev psych insists, rightly, that we not ignore our similarities to the higher- and lower-order creatures, but it's weak on subjectivity, self-awareness, self-consciousness, whatever you want to call it--on how we explain our tangled mass of hormonal impulses to ourselves.

  • The British and other foreign presses have also reported it--on the Web as well as on paper.


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