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Such defects as are perceptible in the national manners, seem, to me, to be referable, in a great degree, to this cause: which has generated a dull, sullen persistence in coarse usages, and rejected the graces of life as undeserving of attention.
Long usage had, for this Stubb, converted the jaws of death into an easy chair.
It would have been mere madness for any two or three of the number, unassisted by the rest, to attempt making a stand against his ill usage. They would only have called down upon themselves the particular vengeance of this
'the usage may, for aught I know, do more to reform him than all the sermons that ever he will hear in his life.' And if the remainder of the story be true, so it did.
One of the highest usages in India was found in Gujarat, with a 1.8 million GB monthly record.
Reliance Jio ranked 6th in the data usage of this quarter.
The current fashion, since scientific research is also bound to fashions, gives great importance to the analysis of usages, at least in the field of ICT (Information and Communication Technology).
* Incorporate these unforeseen usages in the design of the next generation of products, which is similar to closing the loop conception-usage.
In general, the Concise dictionary presents a well-considered view of usage issues, displaying a bit more tolerance for marginal usages than some other sources do.
Merriam-Webster's Concise Dictionary of English Usage
This is attributed to the inefficacy of mentally passing through the lists of usages, or at least the ones that are remembered, until the adequate application is encountered.
Major American usages are currently in automotive and appliance applications.
Emphasis will be on words and usages in the news, including Render, the arts, science, medicine, technelogy, and the like.
Nevertheless the number of studies in this field has been increasing, and the last few years have seen some significant contributions of which Waquet takes no account (one may find a survey of recent work on the usage of Neo-Latin authors in IJsewijnl Sacre, Companion, 2:377-41, a list which is not exhaustive, but mentions many of the major studies).
A second inquiry from ABC Mathews spotlighted "a usage that has always puzzled me.