01. You'll have a better chance of finding work if you can establish a [network] of contacts that know your skills and education, and can let you know if they hear of any jobs that come up.
02. I'm going to walk around the conference, and [network] with a few people.
03. The human heart is surrounded by a [network] of veins and arteries.
04. The vast rail [network] of our country is being replaced by cars and trucks.
05. A [network] of volunteers is working to distribute food and blankets to the homeless on this cold, winter night.
06. The university has its own computer [network] which extends to all the buildings on campus.
07. The BBC Radio [network] has just released some rare old recordings done by the Beatles.
08. A computer geek once said that there are three kinds of death in this world: there's heart death, there's brain death, and there's being off the [network].
09. Janet has formed a parents' group which is promoting a boycott of violent television programs to pressure [networks] to change their practices.
10. People are more likely to act in a group-oriented way if they are tied together by shared [networks] of communication and friendship.
11. Martin Luther King once observed that all men are caught in an inescapable [network] of mutuality.
12. The ancient Romans built a [network] of roads totaling 50,000 miles.
13. The London Underground is still the longest underground railway [network] in the world, with 240 miles of track.
14. The organization known as "Free the Children" is a worldwide [network] of children helping children.
15. There is a [network] of scientists working throughout the world to find a cure for cancer.
16. Belgium's important [network] of canals, rivers, and highways connects the country to eastern and western Europe.
17. A good communications [network] by road, rail, air, and water is essential to the development of any country.
18. Osama Bin Laden and his al-Qaida terrorist [network] are believed to be responsible for the September 11 terrorist attacks on the United States.
19. Science has not yet succeeded in achieving anything resembling an artificial brain, but simple computerized [networks] have been developed showing brainlike properties.
20. There is a vast communication [network] in the human body which works to monitor the environment, and produce rapid adaptive responses as required.
21. I spent a lot of time at the conference [networking] with other teachers who share a similar interest in vocabulary development.
22. David Suzuki notes that across continents, the [network] of waterways resembles the circulatory system of a human body.
23. River systems are made up of a [network] of connecting channels.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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