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Use "with respect to" in a sentence
"Guided by ancient Jewish and Christian tradition they feel constrained to abide by the explicit titles to the same collections, all the more so because the titles in the Book of Proverbs are manifestly discriminating with respect to authorship, and because the title, "These also are Mishle Shelomoh, which the men of Ezechias, King of Juda, copied out" (xxv, 1), in particular, bears the impress of definiteness and accuracy."
"However, Rauscher immediately obtained from the emperor the annulment of the sentence and of the consequences which it entailed with respect to civil rights and relations."
"Delivering the first convocation address of the Bharathidasan University's constituent college for women, Ponnavaikko said that the country remained poor with respect to per capita income though it has good gross domestic product (GDP) growth and purchase power parity."