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E.G.

An abbreviation for exempli gratia [Latin, for the sake of an example].

The phrase e.g. is frequently used in law books in lieu of the phrase "for example."

West's Encyclopedia of American Law, edition 2. Copyright 2008 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
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Unless otherwise stated, inapplicable characters are used in cases in which for example a certain character refers to the shape of a bone that is not found in a certain taxon; missing character states are used in cases in which it was not possible to appropriately discern the respective state in a certain taxon (e.g. due to the poor preservation of the fossils or of the extant specimens dissected) (for more details see Diogo).
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Good problem-solvers tend to focus on deeper structures of problems (e.g. notices the problem requires regrouping or describes a scenario associated with Pythagorean Theorem, Newton's Law, etc.).
These circles are drawn on the paper in a spatial relationship to the client (e.g., close, overlapping, distant).
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It reviews the mineralogy, classification, tectonic significance and lithosperhic processes (e.g., differentiation) affecting OIB magmas.
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