Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
It is simply for something that happens to have been invented by a nonexpert.
Any nonexpert who has ever tried to download and install a program would much rather have it done by someone else.
Insofar as a nonexpert can judge, historical accuracy is respected.
For a nonexpert, assessing foreign credentials can be startlingly difficult.
Moreover, he explains in concrete detail that a nonexpert can easily understand just how mirror worlds are going to come into being.
To the eye of this nonexpert, the encyclopedia appears to have fewer than most, but one of those is a doozy.
Until now, none have really approached consciousness from the standpoint of why it feels the way it does - a livelier question to the nonexpert.
There are also a few plays that an expert can make effectively against another expert but that would have no chance against a nonexpert.
Computer terminology unfamiliar to the nonexpert is tossed about in some chapters, while other chapters belabor obvious concepts.
When Mr. Sasser first arrived in Beijing, he was criticized by some as a nonexpert, and relations between the two countries were plummeting.
It is only when one comes to the two books' respective solutions to the debt crisis that a nonexpert in matters economic finds a wafer-thin basis for endorsing one position or the other.
Some would apply to anyone: shake hands firmly, look people in the eye, have a just-in-case copy of your presentation, and know how to describe your work quickly and clearly to a nonexpert.
As a nonexpert, although interested, subscriber to VERBATIM, it is "a bit mysterious" to me that the singular noun absence takes the plural verb are .
Heidi E. Murkoff, co-author of the successful "What to Expect" series of baby care manuals that have sold more than 21 million copies, proudly wears the mantle of a nonexpert who offers nonjudgmental advice.
The best guide to which wild mushrooms are poisonous is an experienced and knowledgeable mushroom hunter, Mr. Arora said, but a safer rule for both expert and nonexpert is: "Don't eat a mushroom unless you're absolutely sure it's edible.