01. The [concept] of an arranged marriage is almost totally unknown in this country.
02. Children basically have no [concept] of time until they reach a certain age.
03. For very young children, the [concepts] of truth and lies are not very clear.
04. You can only have a legal abortion within a certain number of weeks after [conception].
05. In this culture, we consider pregnancy to begin at the exact moment of [conception], whereas in Asian cultures they consider it to begin at the time of the woman's last period.
06. Averil Coxhead has noted that ESL students need to learn academic vocabulary in order to be able to respond to academic language and [concepts].
07. We need a more clear [conceptual] framework for the project before we can determine if it is truly feasible.
08. Greg Anderson once said that the [concept] of total wellness recognizes that our every thought, word, and behavior affect our greater health and well-being. And we, in turn, are affected not only emotionally, but also physically and spiritually.
09. Mahatma Gandhi once said that he first learned the [concepts] of non-violence in his marriage.
10. Author Frank Herbert once said that the [concept] of progress acts as a protective mechanism to shield us from the terrors of the future.
11. A parent's stress at the time of [conception] plays a major role in determining a baby's sex; the child tends to be of the same sex as the parent who is under less stress.
12. In Arab culture, it is said that there is no [concept] of personal public space, so things like bumping into people by accident in the street is considered normal and does not indicate rudeness.
13. Milk chocolate was first made by Daniel Peter, who later sold the [concept] to his neighbor Henri Nestlé.
14. Defining the [concept] of abnormal behavior has been an ongoing struggle for psychologists.
15. Very young children [conceptualize] ideas of depth, height and size in different ways from adults.
16. Very young children [conceptualise] ideas of depth, height and size in different ways from adults.
17. Despite the different ways which psychologists [conceptualize] intelligence, one practical consideration is how to measure intelligence.
18. Despite the different ways which psychologists [conceptualise] intelligence, one practical consideration is how to measure intelligence.
19. Paul Nation states that knowing a word includes knowing the [concept] behind the word which will allow understanding in a variety of contexts.
20. The professor suggested that love can be [conceptualized] as an agreement of mutual need and desire.
21. The broad [conception] of music held by the ancient Greeks was such that music and poetry were regarded as almost the same thing.
22. Roberta Millstein argues that Random Drift and Natural Selection are [conceptually] different processes which can be distinguished from one another in evolutionary biology.
23. When children have difficulty understanding a certain mathematical process, it is often because their teachers do not understand it [conceptually] themselves and do not present it in a way that children can understand.

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