global


global
01. The Internet is a [global] communications network.
02. There is a popular expression which says that to change the world for the better, you should think [globally], and act locally.
03. An increase in smog throughout the world is believed to be responsible for [global] warming.
04. Her great-grandfather was a writer who explored the [globe], and wrote a number of articles about his experiences for the major newspapers of his day.
05. The development of the Internet has created a [global] marketplace for products.
06. Some clusters of stars are shaped like a [globe], while others are open and uncrowded.
07. The average distance between stars at the center of a [globular] cluster is only a few light-months.
08. [Global] peace can only be obtained when there are no longer people who are dying of hunger.
09. They travelled the [globe] to find interesting artworks to sell in their gallery.
10. Marshall McLuhan once wrote that the new electronic interdependence recreates the world in the image of a [global] village.
11. In one year, chickens in America lay enough eggs to encircle the [globe] a hundred times.
12. If the Earth's surface were completely smoothed out, both above and below the water, the ocean would cover the entire [globe] to a depth of 4000 meters.
13. The first [globe] to show America was made in 1519.
14. A micro-brewery here in town has the slogan "Think [globally], drink locally."
15. [Globally], the tobacco industry is worth US$400 billion.
16. Our increasing [global] population is fueling a demand for more and better food.
17. The [global] system of moving fluids at the Earth's surface result in surface processes such as erosion and deposition by running water.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.

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