Verbs and prepositions
- This seems to me a strange conclusion to arrive at.
- In this manner he arrived at the conclusion that, to convey to the ocean the quantity of sodium which is contained therein, ninety million ...
- It is well to decry the slow and pettifogging minds which require evidence in order to reach conclusions.
- Weighing all the probabilities, I have come to the conclusion that the evidence is not sufficiently strong for me to hold that Churchill actually did see ...
- It is no wonder, then, that ontological controversy should tend into controversy over language. But we must not jump to the conclusion that what there is depends on words.
--Dan Polansky 12:31, 29 May 2009 (UTC)