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Sentence

a grammatical unit of one or more words, bearing minimal syntactic relation to the words that precede or follow itSource: Wikipedia

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Sentence

forms the final act of a judge-ruled process, and also the symbolic principal act connected to his functionSource: Wikipedia

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Sentencing also called Sentence

"Sentencing" is the thirteenth episode and finale of the first season of the HBO original series, The WireSource: Wikipedia

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Sentence

and most frequently ending with some form of perfect cadence." (Macpherson n.d.: 25) Some theorists consider a sentence to be a musical form distinct from a periodSource: Wikipedia

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Sentence

In music a sentence is "the smallest period in a musical composition that can give in any sense the impression of a complete statement." It "may be defined as a period containing two or more phrases, and most frequently ending with some form of perfeSource: Wikipedia

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MF Grimm also called Sentence

Percy Carey, also known as MF Grimm, GM Grimm, The Grimm Reaper, and Superstar Jet Jaguar, is an underground rapper from New York City, as well as an award winning Comic Book and Graphic Novel writerSource: Wikipedia

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Sentences also called Sentence

The Four Books of Sentences is a book of theology written by Peter Lombard in the twelfth centurySource: Wikipedia

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Rotter Incomplete Sentence Blank

comes in three forms, for different age groups, and comprises 40 incomplete sentences, usually only 1-2 words long such as "I regret ..."Source: Wikipedia

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Pangram also called holoalphabetic sentence

Short pangrams tend to be more interesting and more difficult to write because the English language uses some of the same letters (especially vowels) again and againSource: Wikipedia

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Sentence function

refers to a speaker's purpose in uttering a specific sentenceSource: Wikipedia

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Capital punishment also called Death sentence

the death penalty or execution, is the killing of a person by judicial process as punishmentSource: Wikipedia

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Life imprisonment also called life incarceration is a sentence of imprisonment for a serious crime

often for most or even all of the criminal's remaining life, but in fact for a period which varies between jurisdictionsSource: Wikipedia

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Complex-compound sentence

a sentence with at least two independent clauses and one or more dependent clauses is referred to as a complex-compound sentenceSource: Wikipedia

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Gödel's incompleteness theorems also called Gödel sentence

The incompleteness results affect the philosophy of mathematics, particularly versions of formalism, which use a single system formal logic to define their principlesSource: Wikipedia

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Pro-sentence

a function word or expression that substitutes for a whole sentence whose content is recoverable from the contextSource: Wikipedia

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Longest English sentence

There have been several claims for the longest sentence in the English languageSource: Wikipedia

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Topic sentence

a primarily prescriptive grammatical term to describe what is usually, but not always, the first sentence in a paragraphSource: Wikipedia

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Bind over also called Bind over for sentence

Binding Over Order or Bind over for sentence is a legal term relating to a power exercised by magistrates in England and Wales and in other common law jurisdictions such as Hong KongSource: Wikipedia

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Axiom also called Primitive sentence

a proposition that is not proved or demonstrated but considered to be either self-evident, or subject to necessary decisionSource: Wikipedia

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Death Sentence

a 2007 film loosely based on the 1975 novel by Brian GarfieldSource: Wikipedia

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