## Use ‘spaces’ in a sentence | ‘spaces’ example sentences

101- But all those aforementioned **spaces** were male dominated too.

102- Agoraphobia was traditionally thought to involve a fear of public places and open **spaces**.

103- Some agoraphobics have a fear of open **spaces**.

104- Another notion needed to define algebraic number fields is vector **spaces**.

105- There are further generalizations called algebraic **spaces** and stacks.

106- The ” algebraic ” concept of dimension applies to vector **spaces**.

107- The algebraic dual space is defined for all vector **spaces**.

108- Epigraphy was also used on the walls of the different rooms, with allusive poems to the beauty of the **spaces**.

109- Major alterations to the buildings would not be required; the existing **spaces** generally suit the prospective users.

110- There are green **spaces** around the town.

111- The main building has four anchor tenant **spaces**.

112- This principle is particularly important in enclosed **spaces**.

113- Use pieces of wood or rock to provide vertical climbing **spaces**.

114- Living **spaces** are characterized by an Eastern approach to design.

115- The converse holds in many important, but not all, topological **spaces**.

116- There are 2 lots near the station that have numbered **spaces** for daily parking.

117- Poorly ventilated **spaces** allow vapor to accumulate, resulting in gyromitrin poisoning.

118- **spaces** There are four types of **spaces**: * Building **spaces**: They are the eight locations.

119- Houses were laid out neatly in the form of layouts with ample open **spaces** for garden lovers.

120- The defender would trap two **spaces** before the other players moved a maximum of three **spaces**.

121- Organizers may also utilize public meeting **spaces** such as a library Freedman, Sara (2007-08-30).

122- Surprisingly, naive search outperforms space partitioning approaches on higher dimensional **spaces**.

123- In 1969, M.F. Atiyah (Atiyah 1970) defines abstract elliptic operators on arbitrary metric **spaces**.

124- Players were given their own gallery **spaces**, called cZones, to decorate with cards of their choice.

125- They can be done in the streets (traditional micareta) or in closed **spaces** surrounded (indoor micareta).

126- Less managed **spaces** include Fryent Country Park, Barn Hill (19.87 hectares) and Vale Farm sports ground (30 hectares).

127- Open and fluid **spaces** provide the flexibility to let educators and students use the Noel Studio to maximize learning.

128- The ship received upgrades to many ship systems, including berthing **spaces**, ventilation systems, and computer networking.

129- Ok, p. 138. Even if two metrics are strongly equivalent, not all properties of the respective metric **spaces** are preserved.

130- The closure finally happened in March, 2009 with entrance still possible on occasion for religious services in rented **spaces**.

131- He has helped expand green **spaces** in Tirana and has also participated in a project to re-build a school in an Albanian village.

132- Fossils can usually be identified by the intersecting patterns of clockwise and counterclockwise rows of plates or stalk **spaces**.

133- As an example: lens **spaces** are orientable 3-**spaces**, and allow decomposition into two solid-tori which are genus-one-handlebodies.

134- This area of campus features the reflecting pool at Cullen Family Plaza, the Lynn Eusan Park, and various plazas and green **spaces**.

135- This issue also listed every comic book character that DC owned in all of the **spaces** that otherwise would have been occupied by house ads.

136- “Square” is a generic term for such **spaces** and a common road name and, in both cases, some are not actually square, or even rectangular.

137- Rock Road station is a MetroLink station on the edge of Wellston, featuring 183 park and ride **spaces** and averaging 2,408 passengers daily.

138- Early Operations The early Sciencenter was somatic nomadic as its gallery **spaces** moved among several donated storefronts in downtown Ithaca.

139- The $3.8-million project was filed as a four-story building, but towers over neighboring structures due to high ceilings and mezzanine **spaces**.

140- Hence, special uniformly continuous real-valued functions are essentially the restrictions of uniformly continuous functions on normed **spaces**.

141- The old Safeway carpark has been developed into a 3-storey car park providing another free 1500 **spaces**, with a state-of-the-art security system.

142- If you’re successful in guessing what the picture is, then you can “roll” a virtual die, to decide how many **spaces** you may move along the “board”.

143- The building is spacious (40’x120′) and solidly built (metal frame, metal roof, concrete floor) with multiple work, community and performance **spaces**.

144- AMRAAM would need to be fitted on fighters as small as the F-16, and fit in the same **spaces** that were designed to fit the Sparrow on the F-4 Phantom.

145- The new academy site will feature state-of-the-art learning **spaces**, including specially designed performing arts **spaces**, including a 300 seat theatre.

146- Sherwood Urban green **spaces** and restored natural places can not long survive the intense impact of urban life without due care and community stewardship.

147- Small superficial digital branches accompany the digital branches of the medial plantar nerve and join the plantar metatarsal arteries of the first three **spaces**.

148- 40. In the section’s titular prose piece, “The **spaces**,” Ostriker recalls an ideal “windy, snowy January evening” at home with her children Ostriker, Alicia Suskin.

149- One is combinatorial approach connected with Jean Bourgain ; another is a characterization of Banach **spaces** in which various forms of the law of large numbers hold.

150- These can be parks, gardens, glass-covered gallerias, arcades, courtyards, street side cafes, river- and hill-side stroll ways, and a variety of semi-covered **spaces**.

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spaceflights – spaceman – spacemen – spaceport – spaceports – spacer – spacers – **spaces** – spaceship – spaceships – spacesuit – spacesuits – spacewalk – spacewalking – spacewalks –

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