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Use "in use" in a sentence
"In French Graduals almost all the sequences of the first epoch were supplanted by the later ones, whereas in Germany, together with the new ones a considerable number of those which are supposed to be Notker's remained in use as late as the fifteenth century."
"St. Jerome undertook this revision in 383 at the request of Pope Damasus, and the text thus corrected was retained in use at Rome for many centuries afterwards."
"These include Orencia, a rheumatoid arthritis drug new to the market that researchers hope will help lupus patients; LymphoStat-B, which has had some success in reducing lupus disease activity; and CellCept, a drug in use for organ-transplant recipients, now being tested in lupus patients with severe kidney disease—but which also carries an increased risk of lymphoma because of the way it suppresses the entire immune system."