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pro·nouns

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of pronouns in Chaldean Numerology is: 7

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of pronouns in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6

Examples of pronouns in a Sentence

  1. Ron DeSantis:

    Her daughter was in school up in Leon County, and some of the people at school decided that her daughter was really a boy and wanted to identify as a boy. So they changed her name. They changed her quote pronouns. They did these things without telling the mother, much less getting the mother's consent.

  2. Hiram Sasser:

    It further compels our client to use specific pronouns when referring to certain ‘gender identities’ and prohibits our client from even teaching its religious beliefs, cornerstone World Outreach cannot be made to open its restrooms for use by individuals in accordance with their gender identities, rather than their sex assigned at birth.

  3. Giancarlo Sopo:

    Hispanics want to prosper… they want to figure out, ‘OK, how do we reach the next step on the ladder?’ That's what Hispanics are focused on, not memorizing 74 pronouns. Not relitigating 1492 or Latinx and trying to upend the entire Spanish language, [They] really just want to focus on living a good life in this country, providing for their families and succeeding.

  4. Travis Lowe:

    I stand with the platform that most closely aligns with my faith and values. Those do not include the murder of babies in the womb, and not knowing which bathroom one should use and banning pronouns.

  5. Jessica Carroll:

    Don't wait to be corrected. Make the effort to fix mistakes, showing you are committed to embracing a young person's pronouns will go a long way to making that child feel heard and seen.

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    • A. proprietary
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    • C. ravening
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