Adopted In in a sentence

Short Example Sentence for Adopted In

  • 1. This usage has not been adopted in this country.
  • 2. The present constitution was adopted in 1851.
  • 3. A new plan was adopted in 1818.
  • 4. The present constitution was adopted in 1850.
  • 5. The shortened title was adopted in 1836.
  • 6. It has also been adopted in some states and cities.
  • 7. The same plan might profitably be adopted in the factory.
  • 8. Another was adopted in 1799; and the present in 1850.
  • 9. This process is largely adopted in Dartmoor.
  • 10. The method adopted in Sweden is peculiar to itself.
  • 11. The same mode is adopted in India and the south of Spain.
  • 12. What treatment should be adopted in asphyxia from electricity?
  • 13. What means are to be adopted in order to do away with the anomaly?
  • 14. A costume was adopted in accordance with the fantastic humour of the nobles.
  • 15. The same rule has been adopted in this country, to some extent.
  • 16. What mode of treatment should be adopted in educating precocious children?
  • 17. The order adopted in this essay brings us now to drinking-songs.
  • 18. This latter expedient might have saved the army had it been adopted in time.
  • 19. There was little debate, and the code was adopted in its entirety as presented.
  • 20. Legislation to the same effect has been adopted in Australia.
  • 21. It has also, to a certain extent, been adopted in this country.
  • 22. The system of co-operation was adopted in 1866, at the close of a long strike.
  • 23. A constitution was adopted in 1716; another in 1830; the present in 1851.
  • 24. This is a brief description of the system lately adopted in Massachusetts.
  • 25. This favourite bearing was very early adopted in English armory.

How to use Adopted In in a Sentence?

  • 1. What work will this hypothesis do to establish a claim to be adopted in its completeness?
  • 2. The process adopted in the sugar-mill we speak of was of most primitive simplicity.
  • 3. There can be no doubt that the plan adopted in the nave was a convenient and logical one.
  • 4. A different arrangement had therefore to be devised from that adopted in the case of the mastaba.
  • 5. We may be content with fixing the position of the point adopted in an approximate manner.
  • 6. Some alterations were adopted in the species of provisions usually made use of in the navy.
  • 7. We now come to the gentle measures which may be adopted in a case of discipline like this.
  • 8. Why is it important that correct movements be adopted in the first efforts of muscular education?
  • 9. The former has been adopted in its full extent, and its utility is unquestioned.
  • 10. We come now to consider the particular measures to be adopted, in giving instruction.
  • 11. I am told that this practice is already universally adopted in keeping the log on board ship.
  • 12. The present constitution was adopted in 1820, and has been several times amended.
  • 13. I am not aware, however, that it has ever been officially adopted in this country.
  • 14. These were finely discarded and the characteristic "weight" adopted in place of size.
  • 15. Because the creature is noted for its swiftness it has been adopted in the arms of Fleet.