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  • No force should be applied to separate parts which adhere together; a little warm water and care is sure to overcome that difficulty. Cited from The Enemies of Books, by William Blades
  • In winter, when their leaves have dropped off, the trees can be told by their cones, which adhere to the branches. Cited from Studies of Trees, by Jacob Joshua Levison
  • This tree has persistent cones which adhere to the trees for many years. Cited from Scientific American Supplement, No. 711, August 17, 1889, by Various
  • At this time there was but one among the great nations of the world which adhered to an active and avowed friendship for us. Cited from Twenty Years of Congress, Vol. 1 (of 2), by James Gillespie Blaine
  • In modern literature, the title annals has been given to a large number of standard works which adhere more or less strictly to the order of years.
  • I have been much interested by what you say on seeds which adhere to the valves being rendered conspicuous. Cited from More Letters of Charles Darwin Volume II
  • Neuroethological study has provided strong evidence for the existence of a system which adheres to an anti-Hebbian learning rule.
  • The largest religious denomination is Roman Catholicism, to which adheres about half the population.
  • The result of the uncertainty which adheres to all astronomical observations is such as might have been expected. Cited from Thoughts on Man, His Nature, etc, by Wm Godwin
  • They can be used to represent any quantity that has magnitude, has direction, and which adheres to the rules of vector addition.
  • His whole demeanour was formal and starch, which adhered so close, that he could never shake it off in his highest promotion. Cited from Swift's Writings on Religion, Vol. I, by Jonathan Swift
  • He twisted the dipper round and then held the drop which adhered to it over the lamp, which was near him. Cited from By the Golden Gate, by Joseph Carey
  • On the other hand, there are one or two comedy-producing companies which adhere to the single-reel length for their light comedies of domestic life. Cited from Writing the Photoplay, by J. Berg Esenwein and Arthur Leeds
  • In this instance, each grain of rice which adheres to the pole represents a child to be born. Cited from The Tinguian, by Fay-Cooper Cole
  • In Chinese poetry, a couplet is a pair of lines of poetry which adhere to certain rules (see below).
  • He discovered, notwithstanding, early symptoms of that wandering disposition of mind, which adhered to him to the end of his life. Cited from Dr. Johnson's Works: Life, Poems, and Tales, Volume 1,by Samuel Johnson
  • His naked body was smeared over with whitewash, some of which adhered and some of which did not. Cited from The Grand Canyon of Arizona, by George W. James
  • Collected dust, which adheres to the screen because of moisture from fingertips can also be a problem.
  • Still there remain some other and better elements, which adhere to the royal science, and must be drawn off in the refiner's fire before the gold can become quite pure. Cited from Statesman, by Plato
  • Past-eternal models have been proposed which adhere to the perfect cosmological principle and have features of the steady state cosmos.
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