Examples of namely in a Sentence
there's always one person stuck with cleaning up the mess, namely me
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Meanwhile, the Republican candidates are sparring, namely Jim Renacci and Jon Husted.
Many celebrities even lived in the hotel for a time (namely Cary Grant, Katharine Hepburn, and Elizabeth Taylor, to name a few) and could be seen passing through at any moment.
This week’s clapbacks are dedicated to all the white people who email us with recurring themes, namely: Why are black people so stupid and white people so smart?
But Arab Gulf states, namely Saudi Arabia and Qatar, have more cards to play, critics say.
The entire system of segregation in the U.S. South was built on false doctrine: namely, black inferiority.
McNabb lacked the advantages Wentz enjoyed; namely, running a pro-style offense in college, then, after being drafted, falling in with a gang of quarterbacks coaches who speed his development every waking second.
Following the buyout, the company focused on international expansion, namely in Asia.
Sadly for Trump, though, even his Plan B has hit a bit of a roadblock, namely that Congress isn’t necessarily keen on paying for his little passion project, either.
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