# by fractions in a sentence

- There were many goals this year decided
*by fractions* for or against. - Youths weave dangerously through congestion, missing other vehicles
*by fractions* of an inch. - As reinforcements, English and French, came up, they were similarly thrown forward
*by fractions*. - Now they have three, two of them separated
*by fractions*. - :: I'm rather surprised that someone who asks intelligent questions elsewhere is so confused
*by fractions*. - It's difficult to find
*by fractions* in a sentence. - Each win could bolster UCLA's strength of schedule and overall BCS rating
*by fractions* of a point. - In 2011 Fraction wrote the event limited series " FF " being produced
*by Fraction* and artist Mike Allred. - The " stavraton " was complemented
*by fractions* of 1 D 2 and 1 D 8, both in silver. - In sports such as track and field and swimming, they missed making the top team
*by fractions* of a second. - Twice he's had to settle for silver in losses to Hackl in 1992 and 1994
*by fractions* of a second. - Yes, I have read the article and shown him that proof too; however, I would prefer something regarding the proof
*by fractions*. - But allegiances change quickly in a society where names classify people
*by fractions* of black and white ancestry, down to one-sixty-fourth black. - :: While advanced math often no longer has any relation to the physical world, I don't see a problem with dividing
*by fractions*. - The Mexican Bolsa advanced 3.65 percent, but major markets in Japan, Brazil and most of Europe were down
*by fractions* of 1 percent. - What's worth noting then, anything that Alexa says is Top 40, 000 site visited
*by fraction* of users who happan to use Alexas toolbar?