# be plus in a sentence

- "There's going to
*be pluses* and minuses. - That would
*be plus*-12 ( for the tournament ). - The margin of error could
*be plus* or minus 3 percentage points. - Its sampling error could
*be plus* or minus three points. - Also note that there could
*be pluses* to owner-financed mortgages. - It's difficult to find
*be plus* in a sentence. - It's the only part of his game that might not
*be plus*. - the left-hand side of the inequality is considered to
*be plus* infinity. - He's not expected to see the ball, but that could
*be plus* for the Sooners. - For example, results based on residents of New York City would
*be plus* or minus 4 percentage points. - No margin of error was given for either poll, but was expected to
*be plus* or minus 3 percent. - The error due to sampling could
*be plus* or minus 3 percentage points for results based on the entire sample. - :: : If this logo is in fact ineligible for copyright, then the proper tagset should
*be plus*. - No margin of error was provided, but in polls of that size it would
*be plus* or minus 3 percent. - No margin of error was given, but for a poll of that size it would
*be plus* or minus 3 percent. - A margin of error was not made available but would
*be plus* or minus two percent with a sampling of that size.