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Use "heritages" in a sentence
"With your twin heritages, your dynamism, your vast resources and the proven vision of your artists and business people, I believe Canada is in a unique position to take advantage of the new opportunities of this emerging global marketplace."
"Some of the tendencies visible in Americane. g., toward the facile manufacture of new compounds, toward the transfer of words from one part of speech to another, and toward the free use of suffixes and prefixes and the easy isolation of roots and pseudorootsgo back to the period of the first growth of a distinct American dialect and are heritages from the English of the time."
"When we speak of the different "heritages" or "traditions" which our different immigrant groups bring, it means that, owing to different historical circumstances, they have defined the situation differently."