1085 examples of Accurate in a sentence
I wanted to know if what we human beings see and hear and think is a full and
picture of reality.
We put it in place so we knew it was an
It is the most
place to feel the rhythm and sequence and direction of waves.
Now science may dismiss this methodology, but Polynesian navigators use it today because it provides them an
determination of the angle and direction of their vessel.
The mainstream media often paints my generation as apathetic, and I think it's much more
to say we are deeply overwhelmed.
Now we are discovering a more
vision of the unconscious, of who we are deep inside, and it's going to have a wonderful and profound and humanizing effect on our culture.
But now it actually might be more technically
because it might bang.
To be more accurate, I wanted to be a pop star.
But the problem is this: How do we convey this information and instructions to a person who cannot see fast enough and
enough so he can drive?
My oncologist and I talk a lot these days because I try to keep my talks technically
"Because, Thandie, that's not
The premium on
and careful listening has simply disappeared.
Once you do that, your artillery becomes
This is not accurate, but it did happen to Tony Blair at the Davos Forum in 2005, when his doodles were, of course, "discovered" and he was labeled the following things.
So the map was geographically accurate, but maybe not so useful.
He found that it didn't really matter if the percent-done indicator was giving you the
So they were concerned that the stories weren't quite as
as police were claiming them to be.
The rest of us, we're only 54 percent
And as I said, the theory must be biologically accurate, it must be testable and you must be able to build it.
It needs cloudless sky to be really
Is it because their weapons weren't
Oh no, they were brilliantly
With two mirrors, the scanner calculates the beam's horizontal and vertical angles, giving
x, y, and z coordinates.
And of course the data can be used to develop 3D models that are very
and very detailed.
Somebody gives you a bet: you will look at a crystal ball, and you will see the future; the future will be
But perhaps more surprisingly, the translations that we get from people using the site, even though they're just beginners, the translations that we get are as
as those of professional language translators, which is very surprising.
And, well, you need this system to move the laser through, for example, at the very
level, about 200 nanometers, so very
These dueling perspectives are all
Mao Zedong used to refer to them as the European civil wars, and it's probably a more
way of describing them.
And it's from X-ray crystallography, so it's an
model of DNA.