Bair has been the lone voice advocating for a bottom up approach - e.g. curing the root of the problem (foreclosures).
Generally uses masculine pronouns (e.g., “he” or “his”) or gender neutral pronouns.
Yesterday, e.g., I was interviewed on leadership and global crises during the annual ‘Out on Wall Street’ gathering.
There are some things for which the Salahis cannot be forgiven: e.g. canceling their appearance on Larry King Live.
But she hits the mark more than she misses, e.g., a debauched rock star is described as looking like “a Pierrot gone bad.”
Augmentation and Diminution; the length of the notes is doubled or halved while their metrical relativity is maintained, e.g.
With this we have, in English corresponding modes of expression: e.g.
It is merely an accident when general names are names of classes of real objects: e.g.
When I have to try with some Norfolk Islander, e.g. it does weary me so!
We omit propositions, curtail them, and even express a judgment by a single term, e.g. “Good!”
abbreviation of Latin exemplia gratia "for the sake of example."