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Example Sentences for "thus"

Our galaxy is filled with gas and dust that makes distant stars look fainter and thus appear farther away than they really areThe dispute was resolved in about three days, thus avoiding a strike.

Our galaxy is filled with gas and dust that makes distant stars look fainter and thus appear farther away than they really are.

The guru's followers believed everything he said, and were thus horrified to discover he was a fake.

Albert Einstein once stated that the unleashed power of the atom has changed everything save our modes of thinking, and we thus drift toward unparalleled catastrophes.

Jawaharlal Nehru once stated that capitalist society tends to make the rich richer, and the poor poorer, and thus increase the gap between them.

Author Boris Pasternak once suggested that art always meditates on death, and thus always creates life.

The company is planning to cut staff by over 30%, thus reducing costs.

The ballet teacher instructed her young students, Point you toes thus, and raise your arms.

Despite the severity of the storm, there have been no deaths reported thus far.

Thus far, we have over 400 students registered in our language program.

He doesn't speak English, and thus it has been very hard for him to find a job.

They hadn't listened to the news on the radio. Thus, they were unaware of the approaching storm.

She didn't do any of the homework, and thus, she failed the course.

She has consistently scored in the top five percent at the university and is thus expected to win a number of scholarships.

In Canada, the original policy regarding the native peoples was to isolate them on segregated reserves, thus freeing most of the land for use by Europeans.


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