Use His in a Sentence, How to use “His” in a sentence


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

His in a Sentence


Examples of His in a sentence

  1. His image is the head of military democracy in the later stage of the patrilineal clan.
  2. The Swiss adventurer Yves Rossy completes two aerial loops using only his tailor made suit.
  3. His people in the Pentagon meticulously studied aerial photos and pointed to targets 8,000 miles away.
  4. Without his pressurized flying suit, the supreme air technology of the MiG was useless, completely wasted.
  5. Donald was forced to retire to the eastern outskirts of Monrovia on October 12 after the aerial bombardment of his positions.
  6. He perfected the aerial skills of his pilots at a point so fine that his murder rate reached ten to one.
  7. The premier credited Mr. Trump as his representative.
  8. He had requested that he be granted some of his accumulated pension benefits during his 20 years as an entrepreneur.
  9. After directing Brother Rat (1937) and Room Service (1938), he resumed his association with Rodgers and Hart in The Boys from Syracuse (1938) and other hits.
  10. In 1963 he published his autobiography, Mr. Abbott.
  11. On the eastern borders of Chancery Lane, that is, more specifically in Gook’s Court, Cursitor Street, Mr. Snagsby, the papermaker follows his legal calling.
  12. However, his entire plan vanishes when he ends up in an accident in the hospital and his name appears twice in the police station of each district …
  13. The smell vividly reminded him of the well-stocked library and the quiet chancellery of his novice days in Blackfriars.
  14. Shakespeare borrowed from North Lives for his Roman works: Antony and Cleopatra, Julius Caesar, Timon of Athens and Coriolanus, and, in fact, put part of North’s prose directly in blank verses, with only minor changes.
  15. Overshadowed though he was by Gioacchino Rossini, Vincenzo Bellini, Gaetano Donizetti, and Giuseppe Verdi, his tuneful and stylishly emotional operas won audiences from 1813 (Annetta e Lucinda, Milan) to 1867 (Berta, Naples).
  16. He was educated at Pembroke and Balliol colleges, Oxford, where his study included the works of Descartes, Malebranche, and John Norris.
  17. He spent his early years in Prague, where he practiced law and journalism, and became a close friend of the novelist Franz Kafka.

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