COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES
▪ He looked like a miniature version of his father.
▪ a watered-down version of the original
COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS
▪ There is another slightly different version of the story of treasure in the Selvagens.
▪ Both parts can be seen as different versions of one another, but there is an absence of inner connection between them.
▪ So why on earth are we stuffed full of so many different versions of genes?
▪ Everybody I talk to has a different version of Jim's life.
▪ The significance of rape in the story grows when we find the persistence of assault in the different versions.
▪ Different agencies use rather different versions of this, but they all look broadly similar.
▪ The Senate approved a different version of the bill without the amendment.
▪ In later years, the post developed into an early version of that we know as Chancellor of the Exchequer.
▪ The company expects the early versions of the chip will go into low-end desktop computers primarily sold outside the United States.
▪ In an early version, at the beginning of each paragraph the relevant node-link-node triple was printed.
▪ With earlier versions, a single line appears in both instances.
▪ Also included are earlier versions in prints by Durer, Holbein and others, 19 January until 13 March.
▪ And Feinstein had voted for an earlier version when it was coupled with a minimum wage increase.
▪ To refine the final video an early version of the cartoon was screened for children from five different countries.
▪ The world champion had played an earlier version of Deep Blue in February 1996 and beat it handily.
▪ Just as manual catalogues are not harmonised retrospectively, so electronic versions are unlikely ever to be.
▪ Among the most exciting Journal developments last year were the launch of two new electronic versions of the paper.
▪ The electronic version is being test marketed in the United States.
▪ As a result the publication will be made available in an electronic version from 1 February 1994.
▪ Also promising are electronic versions of the Yellow Pages and other directories, complete with thousands of computerised maps.
▪ Next year an electronic version of the Apacs scheme is due to start.
▪ The images are reproducible electronic versions of scanned illustrations, slides, microscopic and other visual material.
▪ Pre-final spec T9000-based versions will ship in June/July followed by final spec versions in the fourth quarter.
▪ Republican governors in particular were intimately involved in crafting the final version of the measure.
▪ Is it beyond the wit of Byers and his legal eagles to include a sunset clause in the final version?
▪ But the two chambers must agree on a final version before Clinton can sign it into law.
▪ A final version has already been mooted.
▪ He asked Bill Hope to draft a final version that could be tested one more time back in the company.
▪ The government was able to accept most of its recommendations, and the final version was published in March 200080.
▪ The final version endorsed current Pentagon policy allowing women in combat in certain circumstances, a position endorsed by Dole.
▪ L Latest - the latest available version of this module.
▪ In its later versions, Bacon is much cleverer than this.
▪ If you're running Windows, update your system to the latest version of Internet Explorer and be done with it.
▪ So what has Renault done with the latest version of its supermini?
▪ Do you know how to upgrade your software to the latest version for the least cost?
▪ The user can specify an issue number or use the default which is the latest version.
▪ Earlier versions of the scanner have passed this module, but the latest version is more exacting.
▪ This effect is well established empirically and is dealt with by all modern versions of the standard associative model.
▪ Today, modern versions of windmills, called wind turbines, are used to create electricity.
▪ The modern commercial version is very similar to Saint Paulin.
▪ And out of this fascination with man two modern versions of him are born.
▪ Sun saloon 10, a modern version of the old cross-bench car, upon delivery in 1939.
▪ Is it a modern, corporatist version of the old patrimonial autocracy?
▪ The modern versions of Taylorism are expressed in terms of job design and work study.
▪ They are, ironically, the modern version of the church of the Middle Ages.
▪ Each session will create a new version in the Working-Set.
▪ The new version has an automatic roof designer that generates standard roof as well as specialty styles.
▪ They then worked as a class to produce a new rewritten version which they hoped would be more comprehensible.
▪ The new version of Navigator, due for release this spring, will feature two-way e-mail.
▪ Some months ago I suggested that this could be done in a new version of Question Time.
▪ Many people get along using the same programs and never move on to new versions.
▪ It is not clear even to Lotus when the new 1-2-3 version for Alpha will be rolled-out.
▪ It makes you wonder when a new version of the photo will feature only an empty stoop.
▪ The original version of the model is depicted in Figure 8.
▪ This program has made dramatic leaps in ease-of-use and reliability from its original version.
▪ It will cover the changes that have taken place in assessment since the original version was first published in 1988.
▪ Pacino cuts them together for a truly original version of Shakespeare that could only be realized on film.
▪ The Labovian model can be used to explore further the similarities and differences between the idealised and original versions.
▪ The original versions were reduced to ashes when an earlier Capitol burned in 1881.
▪ The original version, also included, still sounded fresh ten years on.
▪ The arrangement to the original version is like, when the song starts, you get this protection.
▪ A hard act to follow, but its stars are confident that the small screen version will prove just as popular.
▪ A small version of the caldo and plenty of tortillas accompany the entree.
▪ Duncan had guessed right about it being a Shogun, the smaller, two-door version.
▪ Each outer cave or vault can only entered through a small version of the iris-like Vadinamian Valve.
▪ Also new is the Spectrum S, a smaller version of the touring single for the lighter paddler.
▪ Border fork A smaller version of a digging fork; very handy for working among close-spaced plants and lifting individual seedlings.
▪ There was no manual with the beta version, but the package as a whole is a cinch to use.
▪ As it's a beta version, it's tricky to give ClarisWorks a star rating.
▪ There will be a development environment and beta versions of the complete environment tailored for vertical markets running up to its release.
▪ Some of which were cover versions that one or other of us had found.
▪ In cover versions of Prince and Lloyd Webber?
▪ The album consists of cover versions recorded this summer at the Funny Farm.
▪ However, this cover version of Bronski Beat's first single is really very good indeed.
▪ There will be an album from the band, full of unlikely cover versions.
▪ A film version of J K Rowling's first novel is expected to boost sales.
▪ Meanwhile, the film version of Skipped Parts begins production this summer.
▪ One way that many directors in theater differentiated their work from film versions was through interpretation.
▪ He was the first actor chosen for the film version, which Douglas produced.
▪ The offices are so old-fashioned that one was used as Scrooge's office in a recent film version of A Christmas Carol.
▪ In the film version it makes no difference whether he gets there in time or not.
▪ Only additional module names can be entered or the existing module version ranges extended.
▪ Transition: A transition consists of a new state which the module version is set to.
▪ Only development version number allowed An approved version number has been entered at the new package version or new module version prompt.
▪ Module version information may be restricted to details on approved module versions only, with details on intermediate development versions omitted.
▪ Future developments include a wireless version, which is already being piloted.
▪ The premium increase was not included in the House version of the spending bill that is now the subject of negotiations.
▪ Also included are earlier versions in prints by Durer, Holbein and others, 19 January until 13 March.
▪ The development, administration and interoperability modules do not include run- time versions of Unix.
▪ However, reliability checks have been included in the latest version of the program.
▪ These values include a macho version of masculinity and an embracing of violence.
▪ And now-at last-Lotus have introduced a new version of their roadster.
▪ Hummingbird will also introduce version 3.3 of exceed/W, its personal computer X Server software for Windows.
▪ Visioneer first licensed this idea to Compaq Computer Corp., which introduced its version first.
▪ The company on Monday introduced a new version of its tax preparation software.
▪ Note: Is it fair to add that Gustave's journal offers a different version of the story?
▪ He devoted most of his remarks in the closed-door session to offering his version of events in the ethics case against him.
▪ A better choice, if offered, is the version of Internet Explorer 3.03 for Windows 3.x that includes its own Winsock.
▪ Simpson later offered a revised version of the identification system that would include substantial safeguards.
▪ By the 1960s, however, photographers were concerned to offer more personal versions of the nature of social existence.
▪ Most restaurants are offering a version of this new darling of desserts.
▪ He said Boeing offered a freighter version of its 747-400 airliner for between $ 165 million and $ 170 million.
▪ Now perhaps they should produce an Apple Macintosh version, which would be exactly the same but cost twice as much.
▪ Each gene gives up its individual life by co-operating with many others to produce superior versions.
▪ Konrad Lorenz wrote that birds even in total isolation are able to produce a recognisable version of the song of their species.
▪ I am therefore writing to ask if you would be interested in our working together to produce AppleMac versions of the programs.
▪ Later developments, however, have produced greatly improved versions of this type of cladding.
▪ Actors and actresses produce a version of Noël Coward when they try.
▪ Was he going to produce a London version of Oz?
▪ The new editorial policy complicates the process of producing authorised versions, but it does not substantially change it.
▪ A few weeks later, they release a Mac version.
▪ Microsoft recently released versions of Internet Explorer for the Macintosh and Windows 3. 1.
▪ They expect to release a version priced at £50 during 1992.
▪ And in almost every case, the previously released version was the superior cut.
▪ ProActive will release new versions of its software to meet emerging requirements, but won't sell source code, says Sippl.
▪ A number of companies have released IBM-compatible versions of their programs before turning their attention to Mac versions.
▪ Microsoft Corp has released version 2.1A of LANManager for Unix.
▪ Moreover, a growing number of software makers are releasing short demonstration versions of their programs.
▪ The T-shirt and three-button T-shirt show it as a border design using the central tile version.
▪ If you include dairy foods, use low-fat versions, and only small portions.
▪ Having used version 5.5 for only a few days I could never go back.
▪ Upgrade at home if you use the latest version at work.
▪ In this article, when appropriate, this implementing statute will be used as the relevant version of the Hague Rules.
▪ Make sure you use the latest version.
▪ You use a version of email to send a message, usually called a posting, to a newsgroup.
PHRASES FROM OTHER ENTRIES
draft proposal/copy/version etc
▪ During the process of editing and using critical consultation, your first draft copy could disappear.
▪ In its draft version the report declares that market forces alone will not ensure more efficient use of energy.
▪ It is relevant to the agricultural sector and there are several references to environmental considerations in the draft proposal.
▪ The draft proposals tend to emphasize advisory structures and roles.
▪ The draft proposals were to be discussed with the trade unions and opposition parties before being submitted to the People's Assembly.
▪ The draft version for comment incorporates practices and interpretations that have become established over the years and includes some new provisions.
▪ The assembly divided itself into five committees and 26 sub-committees to dissect the 131 draft proposals it has received.
▪ Keeping a job file Your employer will have a personnel file containing a potted history of your career with the company.
▪ Martin's potted history of each railway is certainly sufficiently detailed to whet the appetite enough to free buttocks from armchair Dralon.
▪ They were farcically satirical potted biographies in sets of two rhyming couplets.
▪ Woven into these personal accounts are potted histories of disturbing events, ancient and modern.
EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES
▪ I had trouble understanding the French, so I got the English version of the book from the library and read it.
▪ Most people would agree that the Italian version sounds better.
EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS
▪ A discordant and high-spirited version of an old tune rang out into the evening air.
▪ Here are recipes for some of the updated versions of macaroni and cheese.
▪ However, the Mac version comes with all the bells and whistles.
▪ The children's version says nothing about Joseph's views on his wife's mysterious pregnancy.