use thereby in a sentence.
So that we'll have something to implement, thereby creating value?
I've actually seen people use mobile devices to order food thereby avoiding lines.
So thereby it becomes clear who the gloves are protecting.
They changed the version name to 5th edition, thereby skipping the 4th edition.
Yet they create value and solve problems, and thereby earn money.
He's also been known to appear on a podcast or two, thereby dispelling all doubt.
And made the mistake of making whitespace significant thereby driving off people in droves.
And thereby commit a misdemeanor under some interpretations of the CFAA.
Or it's software that keeps writing more software, thereby modifying itself and sometimes its hardware.
You have stated the point sarcastically but thereby revealed the truth of the point you're responding to.
You added the word "dole" and thereby changed the content of what you claimed to reply to.
Isn't it a backup of the data in the person's brain, and thereby considered "electronic storage"?
Fortunately you can embed other people's types within your own type, thereby extending it.
Seems like the "bars" could be substantially thicker, thereby allowing more space to write in details of appointments and such.
How is pausing an entire slice and thereby killing ALL services better than just shutting down one daemon?
Did you notice that you framed your statement as a question and thereby made it more persuasive?
I wonder how long it takes for the observation to influence the results, thereby invalidating the observation.