General sense organs consist of microscopic receptors widely distributed throughout the body in the skin, muscles, tendons, joints, and other internal organs of the body.
A very curious person asked the question about what curiosity means. :P Ok, so curiosity is a sense of wanting to know more information about something... anything, and, in general acting on that wish to seek out knowledge.
But he took in the general sense of a passage so quickly that he did not always, even in translating, stop to consider the precise significance of every word.-The Life of FroudeIt met the general sense of the House, but was opposed by Dr. Lee, on the ground of expense, which it would authorize the Agent to incur for us; and, he said, it would be better to ratify at once, and send on the ratification.-Memoir Correspondence And MiscellaniesHis vivacity, his ready tact, the fascination of his manners, diffused that general sense of ease and abandon so requisite to foster an harmonious flow of conversation.
a general conclusion is like an overall outcome. for example: the class' general conclusion was that there should be no homework for a week.
What was the general tone of the question? How can I give a general answer to such a direct question?
no i cannot answer it i want to know myself
An example sentence is a sentence written to show usage of a particular word or phrase. This sentence is an example of an example sentence!
Ball (in the baseball sense) or carress (in the general sense)
Something may make complete sense but people ignore it. For example, When a preying mantis mates, it then eats its male partner's head. Why? Beause its their instinct. It makes no sense why they would do that.
For Example: Feeding Your Dog. Its You Sense Of Responsibility That Makes You Want To Keep It Alive.
In a religious sense, no. In the general sense that things should work out, certainly.
When used in a general sense use small letters. However, if you are writing about a named camp, use capitals, for example: Dachau Concentration Camp.
Life, death, good, bad, strong, weak
If you use it with a singular subject it is correct: It makes no sense to me. - singular subject = it The example makes no sense. - singular subject = example Compare: They make no sense to me. - plural subject = they
Theyall have mitochondria
No, they do not. The sense of taste is an example of a chemical sense.