01. Do you believe that [individual] rights are more important than the collective rights of society?
02. Each chocolate is [individually] wrapped in a colorful foil package.
03. Every [individual] has a unique DNA.
04. British society seems very [individualistic], whereas in my country people are more interested in social harmony.
05. There are a number of [individuals] in this corporation who have made an outstanding contribution this past year.
06. At Computaschools, we offer [individualized] learning programs that fit your needs, and let you progress at your own rate.
07. Each [individual] has a right to be treated with respect.
08. In 1977, the president of a computer company suggested that there is no reason for any [individual] to have a computer in his home.
09. Pearl Buck once said that a good marriage is one which allows for change and growth in the [individuals], and in the way they express their love.
10. Oscar Wilde once said that art is the most intense mode of [individualism] that the world has known.
11. One [individual] organ transplant donor can provide organs, bone, and tissue for 50 or more people in need.
12. The oldest [individual] to win a medal in the Olympics was Oscar Swahn, who won a silver medal in shooting at the age of 72.
13. U.S. and Russian spy satellites are so sensitive that they can detect [individual] pumpkins in a farmer's field.
14. In Japan, marriage has traditionally been considered a matter between families, rather than [individuals].
15. The Hindu religion was not founded by one [individual], but is the result of the coming together of many religious beliefs.
16. Although each [individual] is unique, members of the same species share certain obvious common features.
17. Sexual activity is unnecessary for [individual] survival, but it is essential to ensure that our genes are represented in the next generation.
18. Studies have shown that [individual] brain cells often respond to particular kinds of events in the environment.
19. John Dingman once suggested that cats are absolute [individuals] with their own ideas about everything, including the people they own.
20. The teacher designed an [individualized] program for the student to help him reach his specific goals.
21. Many teenagers try to express their [individuality] by dressing in a certain way.
22. Glenn is an [individualist] who likes to make his own decisions, and never worries what others think of him.
23. I appreciate your [individualism], but sometimes you need to learn to work as part of a team.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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