by artificial means in a sentence

"by artificial means" meaning  "by artificial means" in Chinese  
  1. Moreover, according to screenwriter Steven Schwartz's script, it is filthy lucre that moves high-tech medicine to keep virtually anybody alive by artificial means.
  2. Drying in the sun is preferable to drying by artificial means, as no extraneous flavors such as smoke or oil are introduced which might otherwise taint the flavor.
  3. Then came the issue of Karen Ann Quinlan, a brain-dead woman kept alive by artificial means even though her parents sought the termination of that life support.
  4. Technology has affected the way humans have lived to such an extent that normal functions, like sleep, eating or even reproduction, have been replaced by artificial means.
  5. In laboratory experiments, mice, rats, and chickens have been successfully infected by artificial means, but they are not believed to contract the disease under natural conditions.
  6. It's difficult to find by artificial means in a sentence.
  7. A 17-week-old fetus at the center of a fight over whether a comatose woman should be kept alive by artificial means has apparently died, lawyers said Tuesday.
  8. There was still enough natural light to see the relatively short course for the first run, with darkness setting in for the second, with the course lit by artificial means.
  9. With Sir John Douglas Cockcroft, he was the first to split the nucleus of the atom by artificial means and made contributions to the development of a new theory of wave equation.
  10. I should like particularly to underline how the administration of water and food, even when provided by artificial means, always represents a natural means of preserving life, not a medical act.
  11. Another sketch by Monty Python featured a song " Every Sperm Is Sacred " ( 1983 ) which is a satire of Catholic teachings on reproduction which forbid masturbation and contraception by artificial means.
  12. Thursday morning about 3 o clock he lost consciousness, and although life was kept up by artificial means for many hours, he slept away and Friday night at midnight the final dissolution came.
  13. Since Tammy Martin did not specify if she should be kept alive by artificial means if she was ruled terminally ill, state law allows a " surrogate decision-maker " to make that determination.
  14. On Tuesday, her husband's lawyers were being given 20 minutes to argue his claim that Bush had no right to invade her privacy by countermanding her wishes that she not be kept alive by artificial means.
  15. You could possibly increase intelligence that quickly by artificial means, such as eugenics or genetic engineering, but obviously that hasn't happened anywhere, yet . talk ) 16 : 16, 31 March 2010 ( UTC)
  16. In 1904 author, Fergusson Irvine described the Pike as " the curious hog-backed mound which crowns the summit of the hill and on which stands the Beacon, shows signs of having been at least shaped by artificial means.
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