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Example sentences for stamp
T he public impression is almost necessarily static: postage-stamp mutual devotion.
After two centuries, it still keeps the fresh stamp of truth.
The software uses the computer's clock as a time stamp.
The labels even bear the nearly impossible-to-achieve vegan stamp.
Subsequent empresses put their own stamp on the building, overseeing a continuing series of additions and renovations.
As long as the regulatory bodies continue to rubber-stamp these crops, exposures will be a run-away train.
The infamous rubber stamp is always readily at hand.
The isotope measurements also time stamp the formation of these meteorites and this raises another puzzle.
Paper-based diagnostic tests that are as small as a stamp and weigh less than a penny.
Tourists are advised to ask for a certification and look for the stamp of authenticity on gold goods.
From the time stamp on each post a clear pattern emerged of his day.
After addressing and posting it a second time it was again returned to him, this time without a stamp.
And missionaries, while often well-intentioned, tried to stamp out native customs and beliefs.
They might bear the stamp of processes now hidden from us, such as exotic particle decays.
The historian finds the answer in a thousand casual expressions, each one of which bears the stamp of the period and the race.
For these pages, every change in the list includes a time stamp and a listing of which job has new information.
Here, oblivion appears to encroach on the protagonist and eventually stamp out all embers of emotion.
The tusk doesn't have the requisite parks-department stamp.
Pressure is on hospitals to stamp out bacterial bugs.
Eventual tie-in with loyalty cards means saying goodbye to myriad stamp cards.
Inside each box, which is usually a waterproof container, are a logbook and a unique rubber or carved stamp.
The device also includes temperature and humidity sensors and a clock, to put a time stamp on the measurements.
They are attempting to stamp out what they perceive to be competing beliefs.
Those founders had a bigger stamp on the curriculum than would any traditional university president or chancellor.
These are different things entirely, and each has implications that are troubling, but neither has the power to stamp out the new.
In the old days, you had to put a stamp on a chain letter.
The human nose contains a postage stamp-size smelling organ, called the olfactory epithelium, at the roof of the nasal cavity.
Well one observation is that there are a higher percentage than normal of left handed people being stamp collectors.
Gracious of gracious and a stamp a blue green white bow a blue green lean, lean on the top.
Waiting for her friends after school, she would bang on her legs and stamp her feat, marking the tempo with her voice.
If the segregation of lepers would stamp out the disease, this would be a good investment.
Thus there has been no professional stamp of approval by great bodies of experimenters.
With everybody buying music online, it's literally been reduced to the size of a postage stamp.
One goal was to stamp out immorality: get the priests to stop marrying, stop selling ecclesiastical offices, live by their vows.
In the beginning there was a time stamp so you could tell how long you were actually in the maze for.
He doesn't stamp out the first cigarette-he palms it, then puts it in his ear.
Boris, an old-time stamp collector, often said that he would not be caught dead handling post cards.
It is not about licking a stamp and affixing it to an envelope.
Products integrating these postage-stamp-sized memory devices will include playing cards paired with online games.
Without these disciplines, for example, cancer research is mere stamp-collecting and trial-and-error.
They wear little brown boots, the better to stamp out evil.
Peer-rearing also leaves a distinctive stamp on the monkey's physiology.
Yet there is no mistaking the stamp of the subcontinent.
With that kind of sophisticated technology, the world could potentially stamp out many diseases from genetic blood lines.
Finally, few writers of any age have succeeded so well in impressing on their work the stamp of personality.
That's a lot of precious metal wasted for want of a stamp.
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