uniform


uniform
01. She has to wear a [uniform] to work.
02. Police [uniforms] in this country are generally dark blue in color.
03. The [uniform] of the R.C.M.P. is world famous with its bright red jacket, dark riding pants, and large hat.
04. In my country, only children who go to private schools have to wear a [uniform].
05. The old couple were wearing the standard [uniform] of the American tourist; Hawaiian shirts, Bermuda shorts, sunglasses, floppy hats and big cameras.
06. The policeman was not in [uniform] when he recognized and arrested a suspected rapist at a local bar.
07. Boys' hair must be cut to [uniform] length at her son's private school.
08. Blue jeans have become the [uniform] of the modern teenager.
09. Glen Van Ekeren once observed that creative people exhibit a continuous discontent with [uniformity].
10. The chocolates are selected carefully to be of [uniform] size and shape.
11. In today's mechanized farming, it is easier to harvest plants which are of [uniform] size.
12. In Cuba, the government provides children with two school [uniforms] a year.
13. Police [uniforms] in New York City were first authorized in 1693.
14. Isaac Newton observed that every body continues in its state of rest or of [uniform] motion in a straight line, except in so far as it is compelled to change that state by forces impressed upon it.
15. Sathya Sai Baba once observed that devotion is not a [uniform] to be worn on certain days, and then to be put aside.
16. Union members were [uniformly] opposed to management's offer of a one percent salary increase.
17. The geological evolution of our planet has proceeded according to [uniform], gradual processes over an immense span of time.
18. Musical scholars note that in the fourteenth century there was no [uniform] way of performing music.
19. Aristotle believed that the heavenly bodies moved only in circular orbits at a [uniform] speed.

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