# Sentence examples for s from high-quality English sources.

• S said “Some athletes smoke”.

• In “Every S is P,” S is distributed, but P is not.

• The S&P 500 Financials index has returned 9.22% year-to-date, while the S&P 500 Energy index's 25.88% return has crushed the S&P 500's 3.9% gain.

• And quite possibly a second wave of fatal illness-s-s-s-s-s as I sit in this tight cluster of friends at Dave & Buster’s, hoisting aloft my Mang-O-Rita.

• We get ⟨head(s), zip(tail(t), s)⟩.

• Suppose that ℘S and S are the same size.

• The dithiocarbamate thiuram, R2NC(S)SSC(S)NR2 (R = CH3

• We have s = ⟨0, s⟩ , s = ⟨0, ⟨0, s⟩  ⟩ , etc.

# Use s in a sentence.

• The final coalgebra is the set S∞ = S × S∞ of streams over S.

• To predicate P of S is either to say of S what it is not, or it is to say of S what it is.

• This could be modeled by allowing for cases in which there is no s′ such that RESULT(a,s,s′).

• Finally, b is epistemically entailed by a in M = ⟨E, ρ, s, *⟩ iff for every E in E such that a ∈ s(E), b ∈ s(E).

• Should O2 follow from (1) alone, then O2 follows from O3&¬S, which means that ¬S is directly verifiable (O2 and O3&¬S being logically independent).

• In this article, unless otherwise indicated, second (symbolized s) means the SI second; a minute (m or min) is 60 s; an hour (h) is 60 m or 3,600 s.

• Note that P might be propositionally justified for S even though S does not believe P—while S knows propositions that entail P, the proposition P might never have even occurred to S.

• Let S be a nonempty subset of R that is bounded above relative to the relation ≥, such that for all real numbers a, b with a < b, either b is an upper bound for S or else there exists sS with s > a.

# s sentence examples

• Eminem's third, fourth, sixth, seventh, and eighth albums — 2000's "The Marshall Mathers LP," 2002's "The Eminem Show," 2009's "Relapse," 2010's "Recovery," and 2013's "The Marshall Mathers LP 2" — also won Grammys for best rap album.

• Also of note is the way that the two adjectives in the fourth line—paphladzonta, the “roiling” waves, and polyphloisboio, the “greatly-roaring” sea—replicate each other’s consonants: the “p”s, the “ph”s, the “l”s, the soft “ss and “z” sounds.

• It is well known that the composition of g with f (respectively, f with g) in such a case is a closure operation on S (respectively, on T) in the sense of being a function (we do the S case) C: ℘(S) → ℘(S) satisfying, for all subsets S0, S1, of S:

• If ‘s is distinct from s*’ is defined as ‘(i) possibly, s obtains and s* does not, (ii) possibly, s does not obtain and s does, (iii) possibly, neither s nor s* obtains, and (iv) possibly, both s and s* obtain’, then Premise 4 is trivially true, but Premise 3 begs the question.

s

• noun time

- 1/60 of a minute; the basic unit of time adopted under the Systeme International d'Unites

• noun communication

- the 19th letter of the Roman alphabet

## Use s in a sentence

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• 13 sentence examples for s from Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
• 3 sentence examples for s from Encyclopedia Britannica
• 2 sentence examples for s from Business Insider
• 2 sentence examples for s from The New Yorker
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