inherent

01. The will to survive is [inherent] in all living creatures.
02. Misako always told me that she disliked the hierarchies [inherent] in Japanese culture, and came to New York to escape that system.
03. Stress is an [inherent] part of life, with both positive and negative consequences.
04. Driving a car is not [inherently] dangerous, even though thousands of people die in accidents each year.
05. I don't believe that people of different cultures are [inherently] different. Everyone wants to love and to be loved.
06. Most sports have a certain [inherent] risk, but the benefits usually outweigh the dangers.
07. There is nothing [inherently] wrong with drinking alcohol, as long as it is done in moderation.
08. The ability to learn language is an [inherent] feature of the human mind.
09. An emphasis on the individual seems to be an [inherent] part of western culture.
10. Inequities of wealth and power were [inherent] features of the traditional Chinese state.
11. Every single research can be accepted only tentatively, due to the [inherent] limitations in the process.
12. Supreme Court Judge Stewart Potter once stated that abortion is [inherently] different from other medical procedures because no other procedure involves the purposeful termination of a potential life.
13. Starhawk once remarked that each being is sacred - meaning that each has [inherent] value that cannot be ranked in a hierarchy or compared to the value of another being.
14. Lewis Mumford once noted that however far modern science and techniques have fallen short of their [inherent] possibilities, they have taught mankind at least one lesson: nothing is impossible.
15. Winston Churchill once suggested that the [inherent] vice of capitalism is the unequal sharing of blessings, and the [inherent] vice of socialism is the equal sharing of miseries.
16. Ralph Waldo Emerson once stated that there is really no insurmountable barrier save your own [inherent] weakness of purpose.
17. Thomas Jefferson once stated that nothing is unchangeable but the [inherent] and unalienable rights of man.
18. As a child, I had a great belief in the [inherent] goodness of mankind, but as I grow older, I fear that the opposite may be true.
19. William Lloyd Garrison once observed, "Wherever there is a human being, I see God-given rights [inherent] in that being, whatever may be the sex or complexion."
20. Because reading is an [inherently] passive process, it is important for students to build active learning activities into each reading session.
21. Karl Marx believed that exploitation of the workers is an [inherent] feature of capitalism.
22. Most psychologists deny the theory that someone can become gay by being exposed to gay culture; instead, they believe that your sexuality is [inherent].
23. We believe that people are [inherently] good, and that those who become evil do so only due to circumstances.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.

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