The persistent use of the word "shadow" stems from the original text.
The increased use of such questions also stems from the publicity given the 1995 Harvard case, according to many counselors and admission officials.
The behavioral use also stems from around that time.
Brinch's use of a number of styles with an authentic quality stems from his wide musical background.
Moreover, Stravinsky's use of melodic cells that constantly expand and contract also stemmed from peasant practice.
The use of Pennsylvania German verb and noun stems in word construction.
This use may stem from the Puranic conception of prosperity.
The use of the tactic has stemmed from the increased maneuverability that winged keels have given 12-Meters.
The modern use of italic font stems from these distinctions.
Sidney's use of classical oration stems from his humanist education (Harvey 1).