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How to use the word four-month in a Sentence?

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I went and met with one of my buddies who owns a series of nutrition supplement stores, and he was just like 'I don't know. I don't have words, you know, he says, I have a four-month-old daughter. What am I bringing her up into?' you know, and there's a numbness, stunned shock. And to be very candid with you, these people did not see it coming. I didn't see it coming.

Mark Davis

Found on FOX News
1 year ago

We now have living, healthy, four-month-old pigs that we have engineered, we have gotten rid of the retrovirus.

George Church

Found on FOX News
5 years ago

That transition to a new team and expecting someone to perform at a really high level early on into a new term is a bit of a double whammy, it's not a four-month goal. Our ambition with him is longer term.

Dave Brailsford

Found on Reuters
7 years ago

The Infant Cries Translator can differentiate four different statuses of sounds of baby crying, including hunger, the diaper getting wet, sleepy and pain, so far, according to the feedback from users, the accuracy of the app we've tested can reach 92 percent for babies under two weeks old. As for the babies under one or two months, the accuracy of the app can also reach up to 84 or 85 percent. Even for the four month old baby, the accuracy can reach 77 percent.

Chang Chuan-yu

Found on Reuters
7 years ago

Naming Moxy was a four-month process involving a great deal of brainstorming, once we came up with it, we knew we had a name with emotional resonance that hit a global sweet spot.

Von Ertfelda

Found on CNN
8 years ago

Greece asked for a six-month extension but it ended up with a four-month extension. The agreement appears to mainly focus on averting a default for now, rather than solving issues, although the market reacted positively on Friday, I think there will be more twists and turns down the road. Ultimately Greece has to carry out reforms but it is uncertain given that the government has won by promising not to reform.

Hiroki Shimazu

Found on Reuters
8 years ago

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    an undivided or unbroken completeness or totality with nothing wanting
    • A. aerial
    • B. disguise
    • C. integrity
    • D. deterioration