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The examples include denote at the start of sentence, denote at the end of sentence and denote in the middle of sentence

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- Dark clouds
**denote**rain. - Dark clouds
**denote**rain. - It can also
**denote**an idea. - Red eyes
**denote**strain and fatigue. - Bold words
**denote**chapter headings. - Crosses on the map
**denote**villages. - Crosses on the map
**denote**villages. - Red eyes
**denote**strain and fatigue. - The bar lines
**denote**standard errors. - We often
**denote**danger by red letters. - Thus these symbols now
**denote**quantum states. - Thus these symbols now
**denote**quantum states. - The flashing lights
**denote**dangerous roads ahead. - The colour red is used to
**denote**passion or danger. - The colour is white, to
**denote**an absolute beginner. - The colour is white, to
**denote**an absolute beginner. - Arrows
**denote**the positions of the close migrating bands. - Arrows
**denote**the positions of the close migrating bands. - Measurements
**denote**the average heights of mature plants. - The loss of colour does not
**denote**any particular condition. - What does the word 'curriculum'
**denote**that 'course' does not? - What does the word 'curriculum'
**denote**that 'course' does not? - Seniority does not necessarily
**denote**competence in all procedures. - They also
**denote**deliberate obfuscations deriving from Dada and Surrealism. - As the bell sounded to
**denote**my last lap, I decided to hurdle the barriers. - As the bell sounded to
**denote**my last lap, I decided to hurdle the barriers. - It served above all to
**denote**the superior status of chiefs against commoners. - It served above all to
**denote**the superior status of chiefs against commoners. - The dynamics depend only on the product of survival and fertility, which we
**denote**by. - The dynamics depend only on the product of survival and fertility, which we
**denote**by. - That might well
**denote**a private problem of your own, not involving the Palace at all. - That might well
**denote**a private problem of your own, not involving the Palace at all. - The English word "family" used to
**denote**all the people in the house, including servants. - The English word "family" used to
**denote**all the people in the house, including servants. - Also used to
**denote**a specially styled company name designed as part of a corporate image. - Also used to
**denote**a specially styled company name designed as part of a corporate image. - Furthermore, it is also used to
**denote**a belief in the uncontrollable and wildly sensual nature of women. - A careful examination of the full context, however, suggests that see may well
**denote**mental inference here as well. - Universal concepts
**denote**phenomena which are presumed to occur universally, regardless of historical epoch or type of society. - Universal concepts
**denote**phenomena which are presumed to occur universally, regardless of historical epoch or type of society. - The Vikings themselves are represented as small characters which have an amusing range of animations to
**denote**their current state. - The three dotted lines have different elevations and
**denote**differences in relative organ size associated with changes in life style. - The three dotted lines have different elevations and
**denote**differences in relative organ size associated with changes in life style. - These lexical items act upon the grammar to constrain the temporariness sense since as lexical items they
**denote**temporary activities. - These lexical items act upon the grammar to constrain the temporariness sense since as lexical items they
**denote**temporary activities.