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e.g.

For example. It is "exempli gratia" in Latin.
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Library and information scientists have responded to the problem of inaccurate information on the Internet primarily by publishing guidelines for evaluating information (see, e.
How each object of the sidewall should be transformed onto the tire mold is completely optional, e.
The deviations will often show a distribution pattern that is characteristic of the type of process, the error source, and the type of surface being machined, e.
Other critical assumptions in this category appear directed at maintaining key legal factors within certain parameters, e.
However, it has been held that where the lease provides that landlord has a right to reenter and then re-let as a way of possibly mitigating the tenant's exposure - which is what Lease [paragraph] 17(2), combined with Lease [paragraph] 18, provides - then the landlord's conduct should not be deemed as a waiver (See, e.
the sequence stratigraphic correlation of the Transvaal Supergroup, overlying the Kaapvaal craton, with that of the Mount Bruce Supergroup, overlying the Pilbara craton; e.
Decisions in this area should be based on the individual situation; e.
Further, some hospitals may offer better support, e.
Any individual whose main home is located in the disaster area; see, e.
This determination depends on the facts and circumstances; see, e.
Since its inception, the Human Genome Project has attempted to follow a policy of free and open access to genetic and genomic data e.