they derive benefit from smuggling
Many languages derive from Latin.
Superstitions derive from the inability of men to acknowledge that coincidences are merely coincidences.
Pollutants like this derive mainly from the combustion of fuel in car engines.
From this we can derive the argument that major population shifts are not the result of economic change.
How do you derive the length of the circumference? I've forgotten.
Many students derived enormous satisfaction from the course.
Previously, this emphasis chiefly derived from socialist or liberal inspiration.
The institute derives all its money from foreign investments. She derives great pleasure/satisfaction from playing the violin.
And so that we have to derive our spirituality from a sense of unity.
They derived great comfort from this assurance. Obtain something from (a specified source)
derive knowleadge from your my own experience
It suffices that the two estates be so located as to allow one to derive some benefit from the charge on the other.
The numerical values shown above derive from Hobson's simulation.
Angielskie słowo "czerpać" (derive) występuje w zestawach:7 Habits of highly effective peopleSalmon Fishing in the Yemenproficiency c2 vol1archibald 3.111 tekst na ang
Can you draw?
Certainly if someone is _that_ beautiful you'd draw back from approaching her. "Thought you'd agree."
She therefore came up on this side, opened her own window and tapped her horn lightly to draw attention to the fact that she was there.
These things are much better spoken about face to face so that we can draw diagrams and demonstrate timings on logic analyzers and oscilloscopes where necessary.
Those who choose to retire can do so as early as sixty-two, although starting to draw their Social Security distributions at that age would mean that the payments would be reduced by twenty percent.
I don't dispute the facts you've presented but only the conclusion you draw from them.
The most perfect ape cannot draw an ape; only man can do that; but, likewise, only man regards the ability to do this as a sign of superiority.
Beyond the Right's populism and the dispersion of the Left which have made this situation possible, I take full responsibility for this defeat and draw the necessary conclusions by retiring from political life after the end of the presidential election.
If we hide a part of the body, it's to better draw attention towards it.
If I could draw well, I would paint pictures in "Where is Waldo?"-style, but leave out Waldo.
60,000 lucky number request: I got a request to draw an illustration for the site of Beikyu, who hit the lucky number, "Standing By A Little Maple Tree".
Boeing, which builds more than half the world's commercial airliners, is understandably keen to draw attention to what can go wrong besides planes.
Your encouragement will draw her out.
Before, young ones used to ask me to draw them a sheep, now they want me to teach them how to make a commit. Times, they are a-changin'.
I began to draw the letter "K" like an incomplete star, because it's one of the symbols that represent Kylie Minogue.
Angielskie słowo "czerpać" (draw) występuje w zestawach:Angielski Szkoła 1