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  • The meaning of "Principle" in various phrases and sentences

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    2. Committee= group of people elected to perform a service Principle= accepted rule of action or conduct Proposal: suggestion So in conclusion the sentence means: The group of people elected to perform a service has accepted a suggestion through the rule of conduct.

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    2. „term“ can mean concept, idea, expression but can also used in the context of an agreement or a date or deadline. The latter meanings don’t make sense here IMHO, though. „to bring something out of it’s niche and cover“ would mean to make something better known to the public or to advertise it. So the whole sentence says that some idea or agreement would be needed in order to advertise ecotourism. Does make any sense in the context of your entire text?

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    2. He made the rules we were supposed to follow. 'set out' has the meaning of 'order' or 'make a rule'

  • Similar words to "Principle" and their differences

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    2. Principal is a person, the head of a school. Principle is fundamental truth or proposition that serves as the foundation for a system of belief or behavior or for a chain of reasoning. (Yes i copied/pasted from Google) Easy way to remember the difference between the two is princiPAL has pal (friend), which is a person. Or think of the principal as your pal/friend...that's what they taught us in elementary school lol...

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    2. You would say: “ the moral bankruptcy is taking over the whole country. The man seems to be throwing his own principles into the trash can.”

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    2. :28-:32 "...makes a tenor much more exciting than a baritone" :40 "it is more thrilling than an A flat for a baritone. Even though it's the same principle, but down that minor third, major third, whatever." :46 "you get to sing all the good stuff. you get all the girls on stage..." :D

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    2. Hope that helps (:

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    2. 🍃🌹🍃Here is ur pronunciation🍃🌹🍃

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    2. "So The Eden project consists of 2 giant greenhouses shaped like grapefruit halves, and outdoor area." - 1. If this is the beginning of an explanation, you can just say "The Eden Project...", starting with "so" in what seems to be a formal piece of writing feels unnatural. 2. The capitalisation of words suggests that your topic is on "The Eden". If it is on "The Eden Project", then Project will need to be capitalised as well (ignore if this is not the case :) ). 3. If this is a formal piece of writing, I would avoid using numbers like 2 or 3. If it is a small amount, just use the words themselves (two, three, ten). 4. Is there any reason that the greenhouses are shaped like 'grapefruit halves' as opposed to domes? 5. The comma in "grapefruit halves, and outdoor area" is unnecessary, and it would be "an outdoor area". "These are called biomes." - I think it would be better to link this into your first sentence instead of it being on its own "They recreate the natural environments of 3 differents climates found around the world : The Humid tropical biome who recreates the natural environment of the world’s hottest region like jungles of South America or Africa." 1. "three different climates" 2. No need to capitalise "the" or "humid" unless it's the title of the biome, in which case capitalise all the words in the title of the biome 3. "tropical biome recreates" is fine, "who" is for people 4. If S. America / Africa can be the hottest region, then it will be "world's hottest regions" 5. Try to link the biome list into one sentence if you are going to use a colon, otherwise it looks like you are going to list many things, but you end it at one "We have also The warm Temperate Biome where you can travel to California or South Africa". 1. "We also have" 2. Capitalisation of the biomes "Finally we have the roofless Biome, an open outdoor area with plants from the temperate Cornwall area." 1. Capitalisation of "roofless biome" 2. Personally I would use 'temperate' for areas with more tropical weather, I don't think anyone would describe any part of the UK as temperate :l "It tells the story of plants that have changed the world and which could change your future." 1. Is 'it' the roofless biome, or the Eden Project? 2. "changed the world, and (that) could..." "The ecological ideas are a very important aspect of the project." 1. What ecological ideas? "In addition to the environment programmes, many activities are undertaken in the project area in order to make it function in accordance with sustainable development principles." 1. Are the environment programmes the Eden Project? If I were to attempt to rewrite it... "The Eden Project consists of three biomes; two giant dome greenhouses and an outdoor area. The biomes recreate the natural environments of three climates from around the world. Firstly, the humid Tropical Biome recreates the environments found in the world's hottest regions such as the jungles of South America or Africa. Next, the warm Temperate Biome will replicate California or South Africa. Finally, the Roofless Biome - an open, outdoor area with plants from temperate areas, telling the story of plants that have changed the world and could change the future. The ecological themes are a very important aspect of the project. In addition to the environment programmes, several activities are undertaken in the project area so it can exist in accordance with sustainable development principles." Your piece was written very well, and I enjoyed reading it :).There was the occasional inconsistency with capitalisation, or certain words going missing/being swapped around, but it was still very good. :)

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    2. Liberalism is a poison in every country. In the first place, denouncing (非難) your home country is the basic principle of liberalism. Instead of "denouncing" you can say "debasing (成り下がらせる)"

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    2. We use “reasonable doubt” in all legal proceedings when a jury is involved. You cannot render a guilty verdict for simply “thinking” someone is guilty. And the prosecution’s job is to prove their guilt “beyond a reasonable doubt”. Basically, it means that there is no doubt whatsoever that the person has committed the crime. In this instance it is saying that there was not enough proof that the president is guilty for what’s been accused.

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    2. "for mistakes" not "on mistakes" :) The US Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) has served the world community well. Nevertheless, the Treaty is clearly in a state of near crisis. The NPT countries are trying to tighten the non-proliferation regime. The IAEA is seeking stricter inspections and new restrictions on the proliferation of nuclear technology... At the same time, a coalition of more than 60 countries, led by the United States, agreed to put in place measures to prevent [egaln - I don't know what this word is supposed to be? "an increase in"?] supply of nuclear materials. [Period here, not comma!] These are necessary and important steps. But they will not help in any way to solve the deeper problem - the crisis of the current system of non-proliferation of [injuries - Not injuries. weapons? An injury is when a person gets hurt]. The question that haunts parties to the NPT, including those who are able to obtain nuclear weapons, is the following: does the Treaty commit [just commit for the verb. commitment is the noun form. no "of"] all parties, primarily the United States, to [added to, you have to commit TO something] the principles of safety? [question mark here] This Treaty has always been internally contradictory. The initial deal - the commitment of the five officially recognized nuclear-weapon States to gradually disarm in exchange for the renunciation of nuclear weapons by other countries - proved illusory. And the prospect that the US and, as it was called [added "called"] at that time, the Soviet Union, would begin nuclear disarmament has never been quite real. Double standards were later manifested in how the West reacted calmly to the nuclear activities of Israel, India and Pakistan.

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