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Are we still justified in referring to this as art?
In grammar, a person is a way of referring to someone.
"It's as if referring to itself would be to somehow give away the secret."
One common rule to keep in mind is that articles are not used when referring to a name.
"Or I've seen her spread papers out on it for referring to."
All evening the girls keep referring to it, and not a one of them will tell the story."
He was referring to Rose, who has buried two family members and waited four years for this.
Its simply a refererence like referring to a page in a book.
After a short search he found the place he was referring to.
There has been some speculation on who Dylan is referring to in the song.
I should like to end by referring to one last point and making one proposal.
The chief magistrate kept referring to this point and my opponent could not answer it.
Could this be a kindly way of referring to dimwittedness?
Polarity can be changed by referring to the owners manual.
But when referring to the team by the name of the city, Miami is singular no matter how many are on the court."
That is why used the "quotes" when referring to Apple fragmentation.
It is wrong to use EC when referring to the commission.
One of them, referring to Nicholas by his first name, said they were ready for his operation.
You are referring obliquely to the death of your late husband?'
What she is referring to is God's accounting, not hers.
And what's that little number 1 referring to?
Nobody was referring to C19 colonialism as she now ridiculously claims.
It took her a moment or two to realise what he was referring to and remember Florian's words out on the balcony.
I would like to conclude my talk by referring to what is, for me, a very long-held conviction.
"I just finished up '06 with two full-time jobs," he said, referring to his posts as congressman and head of the campaign committee.
People will be referred into the programme through two ways.
All had been referred to the course by social workers, teachers or their parents.
The Sun said all cases had been referred to police.
I would refer you to his office for what he's been doing most recently.
So from now on, I will refer to them as such.
So I'm not exactly sure what he was referring to.
I'm going to refer you back to what I said then.
Who made the decision to refer the matter to the police?
And I had no idea who she was referring to.
Who on earth do you think she is referring to?
The military is referring all questions on the matter to Washington.
Or is where you are from referring to your home town?
She referred other questions to her daughter, who was not home.
The study asked almost 6,000 patients who had been referred for hospital treatment.
The 20th century is referred to by some as the “new age of miracles”.
How do I refer to the problems of the past?
These days foreign workers are sometimes referred to as the “new heroes”.
Two out of five have been referred to social services and the police.
Police referred the death to the state medical examiner’s office.
The company referred questions to its president, who was not available.
He did not refer to any possible role to be played by China.
The data refer to the final three months of last year.
I went back one more time but still wasn't referred.
At the beginning, some even referred to the company as Amazon.bomb.
We have to keep referring back to our one and only in 1935.
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