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use "phenomena" in a sentence

China simply represents an extreme example of a much wider phenomena."

He also pretty much created the celebrity chef phenomena, according to Tony.

The people who study our oceans and skies worry about both of these phenomena.

So it is this set of phenomena that make Africa very vulnerable," he told AFP.

The weatherbomb was the original strangely-named weather phenomena to blast Britain recently.

And to the extent they're able to do that, they're able to create fun, viral phenomena."""

And they’re hosting one of the most ancient and popular retailing phenomena ever - farmers markets.

Shelley: I have noticed that in Germany there is little research on the linkages of these phenomena.

The 218-page hardcover books provide space for data on the next 25 years of weather-related phenomena.

G. At the root of these phenomena is a false idea of freedom based on selfishness.

A rainbow is one of the most beautiful phenomena of nature.

Find someone who thinks the moon's phases influence people's moods. phenomena

Areal phenomena are 2-D that has both a length and a width.26.

Such phenomena are probably experienced to some extent by all bilinguals.

Then, unexplainable phenomena start happening in the house.

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