Word usage examples
Anne had begun instrumenting the patients, using the data to guide the deFocusing, and afterward to monitor for stroke and infection.
Oddly this is followed by two instrumentals: the eerie African‑influenced reggae dance track "Bobo Tempo" and the second part of "Small World.
He ordered up some Benny Goodman instrumentals for background music and sat down to his dinner.
And we drank wine, and listened to Air, who are French, and play mostly instrumentals that sound as if they are best heard in lifts.
He came to the first dungeons and still he climbed, on past the torture chamber with its carefully preserved and instructively labeled instruments.
The gardens, which were laid out in groves and colonnades, were lit (as Lord Bridlington instructively informed her) by no fewer than thirty-seven thousand lamps, some of them suspended in graceful festoons between the pillars of the colonnades.
To all appearances it was one of those instructional books of card tricks, sleight of hand, illusions involving silk scarves, and so on.
The explosives experts and bomb technicians with whom I spoke were justifiably concerned that this book neither be instructional, nor reveal the exact capabilities by which bomb techs ply their trade.
In addition to food and clothing, sermons and instructional talks were offered.
The Viewing Rooms at that point had broadcast televisions and magnetic VCR-devices, instructional mag-vids from Galloway and Braden, etc.