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use "derive" in a sentence


I need to derive more meaning from the loss than I would from the win.”

Communication has been shown to derive from what people do and not what people say.

But from where does the popularity of Fiorina and other inexperienced candidates derive?

What it does is provide your muscles with the capacity to derive more energy in short bursts.

Utilities currently must derive 20 percent of their electricity from renewable energy sources.

Many young Muslims now derive much of their information about Islam from the Web, says Mansour.

Perhaps the biggest question is whether Fitbit can derive significant revenue from subscriptions.

We can derive great pleasure from books.

Artist Henri Matisse once said that it is important to derive happiness in oneself from a good day's work, from illuminating the fog that surrounds us.

Find someone who feels depressed sometimes. derive

Principles derive from tradition, such as the concept of matching.

Hippocrates once advised that a wise man should consider that health is the greatest of human blessings, and learn how, by his own thought, to derive benefit from his illnesses.

One can derive some important conclusions using the results of a proper set of experiments.

Greek folk traditions are said to derive from the music played by ancient Greeks.

Over four and a half million people in Indonesia derive their livelihood from fishing.

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