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How to use prof in a sentence
At this point, we might want to offer the Prof a cold compress, along with an eye roll.
Is it really, as the prof intends, a radical challenge to gender norms?
It has as a result been labeled the Brothers poem by Prof. Obbink.Scholars Discover New Poems from Ancient Greek Poetess Sappho|James Romm|January 28, 2014|DAILY BEAST
That was the point in the article where I sighed a deep "thank you" to Prof. Gavison.
Prof. Takao Tanase also believes that Japan will ratify the convention, but not fully implement it.
Prof. Hales suggests that Eclympasteyre represents Icelon plastora, where plastora is the acc.Chaucer's Works, Volume 1 (of 7) -- Romaunt of the Rose; Minor Poems|Geoffrey Chaucer
Mr. Drury can not claim to have recorded verbatim Prof. Vaughn's remarks, but has endeavored to give the substance.
In a moment of noteworthy frankness Prof. Skeat has admitted that “Scientific etymology is usually clumsy and frequently wrong”.Archaic England|Harold Bayley
To use the words of Prof. Venable, they do not "comport with the general delicacy of the book."
Prof. Stone, of Manchester, has found Euchlorine of a great service as an aerial disinfectant.