His in a Sentence

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Definition of His

Examples of His in a sentence

*** His image is the head of military democracy in the later stage of the patrilineal clan.

*** The Swiss adventurer Yves Rossy completes two aerial loops using only his tailor made suit.

*** His people in the Pentagon meticulously studied aerial photos and pointed to targets 8,000 miles away.

*** Without his pressurized flying suit, the supreme air technology of the MiG was useless, completely wasted.

*** Donald was forced to retire to the eastern outskirts of Monrovia on October 12 after the aerial bombardment of his positions.

*** He perfected the aerial skills of his pilots at a point so fine that his murder rate reached ten to one.

*** The premier credited Mr. Trump as his representative.

*** He had requested that he be granted some of his accumulated pension benefits during his 20 years as an entrepreneur.

*** 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.

*** In 1963 he published his autobiography, Mr. Abbott.

*** 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.

*** 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 …

*** The smell vividly reminded him of the well-stocked library and the quiet chancellery of his novice days in Blackfriars.

*** 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.

*** 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).

*** He was educated at Pembroke and Balliol colleges, Oxford, where his study included the works of Descartes, Malebranche, and John Norris.

*** 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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