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Use "oases" in a sentence
"However, in reality many of these experiences tend to be rather cushy programs, such as many of those in Western Europe, where universities house their students in American oases, where they have scarcely more contact with the "natives" than a tourist would."
"In what might be called the oases of the deep, life takes on a very different appearance."
"The meeting of more than two lines at the oases is a phenomenon possibly of the same nature and also requiring explanation."