Sentence examples for stations from high-quality English sources.

  • These two types of stations provide much of the country's electricity.

  • Georgia and Virginia both saw about 15% of their stations run out of gas.

  • Multiplexed radio stations are then broadcast on single frequency networks.

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Use stations in a sentence.

  • Broadcasters previously had been limited to 2 stations in a market and 40 overall.

  • And third, the availability of EV charging stations has long been a concern for electric vehicles.

  • To browse all stations, including all local BBC radio stations, select View all: Stations.

  • There are also commercial radio stations, and the Roman Catholic religious community operates several additional stations.

  • Only 10 stations in the West Midlands now have a public counter, down from 48 in 2010, and 14 local stations have been shut completely.

  • Later versions of those stations were called Tesla Stations and also had the capability of complete replacement of the Model S battery pack.

  • The startup hopes to ease much of the range-bound anxiety of driving an electric car by making charging stations as fast and readily available as gas stations.

  • There are also several regional public radio stations that provide localized programming and some 200 private radio stations that are regionally and locally focused.

stations sentence examples

  • In New York, for instance, CBS now offers advertisers a package of two all-news stations, two all-sports stations, one that plays oldies, one album rock and one easy-listening.

  • Many polling stations in Kampala, where many voters favor the opposition, did not receive ballots on time on Thursday, and voting started only hours before the stations were set to close.

  • In Europe FM continued to expand as low-cost receivers and transmitters encouraged the rise of small stations that could serve discrete communities or regions without causing interference to other stations or nearby countries.

  • He said: Four large medical stations with 1,000 beds for New York, eight large federal medical stations with 2,000 beds for California, and three large federal medical stations and four small federal medical stations with 1,000 beds for the state of Washington.”

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  • noun act

    - (Roman Catholic Church) a devotion consisting of fourteen prayers said before a series of fourteen pictures or carvings representing successive incidents during Jesus' passage from Pilate's house to his crucifixion at Calvary

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Use stations in a sentence

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  • 2 sentence examples for stations from The Economist
  • 6 sentence examples for stations from Encyclopedia Britannica
  • 1 sentence examples for stations from Independent
  • 4 sentence examples for stations from BBC
  • 4 sentence examples for stations from Business Insider
  • 2 sentence examples for stations from New York Times
  • 1 sentence examples for stations from The Guardian
    There are 2 relevant lexical connections:
  • • Relevant word or phrase for stations is Stations
  • • Relevant word or phrase for stations is Stations of the Cross

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