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01. There are three main [components] to the plan.
02. The various [components] are manufactured by different suppliers around the world, and assembled in our factory in Mexico.
03. The principal [component] of the Asian diet is rice.
04. They terminated their contract with the company after determining that some of the [components] that were being produced were defective.
05. Some of the [components] for our American missiles are manufactured in Canada.
06. I've heard it said that all the [components] necessary to building a nuclear bomb can now be found on the black market.
07. From 4,000 kilograms of roses, which totals about 55,000 blossoms, one kilogram of costly rose essence can be extracted to be used as a [component] in perfumes.
08. The principal [components] of population growth are natural increase and net migration.
09. Culture is sometimes described as having three [components]: what people think, what they do and the material products they produce.
10. Arthur Bloch once joked that after an instrument has been assembled, extra [components] will be found on the work bench.
11. Frank Kender once said, "Perception. Desire. Both are important, but they go nowhere without a third [component] of creativity - Hard Work."
12. Abraham Maslow once stated that the ability to be in the present moment is a major [component] of mental wellness.
13. Natural selection is the second major [component] of the evolutionary process.
14. Research suggests that there is a strong, subjective [component] to the perception of beauty.
15. The perception of beauty is influenced to some degree by subjective [components] which are culturally dependent.
16. The [componentry] for the computer is manufactured in a number of different countries, and then gathered for assembly in Mexico.
17. Skills in organizing and integrating information are important [components] of thinking critically.
18. Problem solving is a major [component] of many science courses.

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