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Use "sein" in a sentence
"Saddam Hussein is a better leader than Diane Tebelius."
"Schopenhauer's entire conception thus is diametrically opposed to Cartesianism's and classical liberalism's ontology of in-der-Welt-sein, which is built on the cogito as a self-originating and supposedly value-neutral point of departure."
"Even though the prescriptivists are using Latin as their model, English is also a Germanic language; and in German, the nominative (subjective) case is used after "sein" (to be), but after no other verb."