Use derived in a sentence

Use derived in a sentence. How to use the word derived in a sentence? Sentence examples with the word derived.

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Examples of derived in a sentence

*** Probably derived from Hebrew, it was applied by the Basilidians not to the highest deity himself but to the spirits of the world collectively.

*** Bjornsson decided not to use a formula derived from the multiple regression analysis.

*** The conclusions derived from the application of statistical techniques to incomplete data can be very deceptive.

*** The modern anguish is derived from the absurdity of the allegory, once its divine Will is removed.

*** Derived from Latin ab origine, meaning “from the beginning,” the term first was applied by Roman writers to the tribes that became known as Latins and gave their name to Latium, the territory on which Rome developed.

*** The sexually derived spores are called basidiospores, and are produced in the basidia.

*** In addition to “epigenetic” defects, cells derived from cloning that are injected back into the donor are rejected due to epigenetic misstatement, genetic differences due to mitochondrial DNA, and the incompatibility of too immature cells to interact with tissue adult environments.

*** The indigo blue lines of indium were observed; hence, the name was derived from the Latin word for indigo.

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