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Example Sentences for "principle"

Our society supposedly believes in the principle of equality for allMy daughter is studying the principles of algebra at school these days.

Our society supposedly believes in the principle of equality for all.

Too many successful businessmen seem to have very few principles when it comes to making money.

It is simply against my principles to lie to anyone.

The machine works on the principle that heat rises, while cold descends.

Karl Marx believed that the social principles of Christianity preach the necessity of a ruling and oppressed class.

Martin Luther King once remarked that at the center of non-violence stands the principle of love.

Former President Jimmy Carter once said that we all must adjust to changing times, and still hold to unchanging principles.

Mark Twain once said that principles have no real force except when one is well-fed.

Legend has it that Isaac Newton formulated the principle of gravity while sitting under an apple tree.

The most basic principle of citizenship is that people should govern themselves.

The Koran is interpreted in many different ways, but certain principles clearly stand out.

According to Gandhi, politics without principle is a sin.

Under the Soviet system, the economy of Georgia was run on socialist principles, such as public ownership of the means of production.

In April of 1978, Afghanistan's armed forces seized power and established a government based on Islamic principles.

He is a completely unprincipled salesman who will do anything to increase his profit margin.


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