- You allude perhaps to the entail of this estate .
- Thoughtcrime does not entail death .
- These things entail that the seismograph becomes rather bully .
- The alteration would entail an expenditure of 50 pounds.
- Your father's estate is entailed on mr. collins, i think .
- Both processes entail tremendous difficulties of an experimental nature .
- This approach entails solving a problem by first comprehending it .
- Under this system many estates were entailed in the eighteen century .
- The preparation of numerous props entails considerable time and labor .
- This did not, however, entail a wholesale rejection of her female identity .
- It's difficult to see entailed in a sentence. 用entailed造句挺難的
- The assignment entailed helping integrate the occupied territory into the soviet union .
- Induction is often used for any inference whose premises do not entail its conclusions .
- Important changes in the embryo or larva will probably entail changes in the mature animal .
- This entails finding a difference in one bank's savings scheme from every other bank's saving scheme .
- Variations in rock type and structure in the fault zone would entail variations in slippage rate along the trace .
- Molssan has devised a process of great ingenuity which does not entail the danger and expense of mine .
- I do think it is the hardest thing in the world, that your estate should be entailed away from your own children .
- The indubitable fact that our perception of material objects is fallible does not entail that it is inferential .
- In part, it is a state of mind that not only entails but also fosters patterns of behavior resulting in a new mental outlook .
- The contemporary phenomenon of car worship is to be explained not least by the sense of independence and freedom that ownership entails .