01. The message was [relayed] to the army by radio.
02. Jamaica won the gold medal in the men's 100 meter [relay] in the Olympics.
03. The satellite will be used primarily by the military to [relay] information regarding enemy troop movements.
04. Results of the election will be continuously [relayed] to a central news station by reporters at each polling station.
05. The information was [relayed] to the King by messengers on horseback.
06. The second runner in the [relay] dropped his baton, losing precious seconds, and the team came in last place.
07. The prisoner was released, and ordered to [relay] a message to the leader of the guerrilla movement.
08. Carl Rogers once said that in a person who is open to experience, each stimulus is freely [relayed] through the nervous system, without being distorted by any process of defensiveness.
09. The people of Venus have suggested using earth as a [relay] station for messages being sent between planets in this galaxy, and those in the next closest galaxy.
10. We will [relay] the information you have given us to the proper authorities.
11. The history of our people has been [relayed] from father to son for countless generations.
12. Television signals cross our continent by [relay] towers.
13. Over 500 years ago, Aztec rulers had fresh fish brought to them by a 30-hour [relay] of runners from Veracruz to Mexico City.
14. The machines which will be sent to the planet Mars on the next NASA mission will [relay] information about rocks and surface moisture directly back to three centers worldwide.
15. Some scientists compare the brain to a [relay] station that merely coordinates incoming signals and outgoing responses.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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