Used to introduce something chosen as a typical case: many, like Helen, for example, come from very poor backgrounds
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- An astonishing number of people already listen to radio via the net, for example.
- There are so many variables, for example interest rates have an effect on demand.
- This time last season, for example, Burnley hit a similar run of form having got off to a bad start.
for instance, e.g., by way of illustration, such as, as, like;
in particular, case in point, namely, viz., to wit
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