1) The laws of Nature, that is to say the laws of God, plainly made every human being a law unto himself, we must steadfastly refuse to obey those laws, and we must as steadfastly stand by the conventions which ignore them, since the statutes furnish us peace, fairly good government and stability, and therefore are better for us than the laws of God, which would soon plunge us into confusion and disorder and anarchy if we should adopt them.
2) Our friends, that is to say our son's friends, will meet us at the airport.
3) He's a local government administrator, that is to say a Civil Servant.
4) Languages are taught by the direct method, that is to say, without using the student's own language.
5) He's a local government administrator, that is to say a civil servant.
6) He was found innocent in the court, that is to say, the court could not convict him legally.
7) That is to say it is a secret garden.
8) That is to say, your study will provide you with the knowledge that is generally accepted as making up the subject.
9) That is to say put anything you like on them, but don t be surprised if some one else reads them.
10) That is to say, it includes homophones and homophonic phrases.
11) That is to say, there is a way of positioning the grating relative to the receptive field centre that results in no response.
12) That is to say, malignant cells that had broken away from the original cancer and begun to reproduce in other parts of the body.
13) That is to say, it may be possible to give powerful functionalist explanations of linguistic phenomena by reference to pragmatic principles.
14) They accept, that is to say,[http://sentencedict.com/that is to say.html] that the order of the court and the taxation consequent thereon will effectively quantify their contractual right.
15) That is to say, once we have used them all up and thrown them away, there won't be any more - ever.
16) That is to say that savings are a function of the rate of profit and unproductive consumption.
17) That is to say, they are designed as tiers of managerial levels.
18) That is to say that conceptual profundity must be balanced by clarity of content and simplicity of form.
19) That is to say, he has not won any more major championships.
20) That is to say, policy changes more frequently take the form of relatively marginal changes to existing policies.
21) That is to say, certain action schools were successful in changing attitudes, while others were successful in shifting option choices.
22) That is to say, Edward's action had social, feudal and legal justification.
23) No good reason, that is to say, provided that the resultant marginal over-representation of those parties is fairly distributed between all of them.
24) That is to say, his explanation of long waves lies in technological change which results from the bunching of innovations made by entrepreneurs.
25) That is to say, chairmen are invariably the most senior member of the majority party on that committee.
26) That is to say the curved members, such as ribs, were built up of naturally curving wood, chosen to have the right shape.
27) Perception, that is to say, boils down to the passage of sodium, potassium and other ions across semi-permeable membranes.
28) I pointed out several mistakes and carefully repeated my original instruction; that is to say, I told him I was not at all pleased with his work.
29) They are nice people: they believe that everything ought to be fair, that is to say that virtue is rewarded and villainy punished.
30) The system does not necessarily include a balance lift that is to say duplicate tanks working up and down duplicate inclines in reverse direction.