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    Is the bellow correct?

    A deterministic model describing the relatioship of A and B to C.

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    Default Re: A model

    What is the thought of the sentence? What is the verb?

    A deterministic model describing the relationship of A and B to C is seen in the picture.

    A deterministic model describes the relationship of A and B to C.

    I will show a deterministic model describing the relationship of A and B to C.

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    Thank you, I forgot to write the ful sentence. I intended to ask wether the expression of a model like it is correct or not.

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    Default Re: A model

    Incidentally, 'bellow' (with the stress on the first syllable) is what an angry bull does. Below (with a single l, and stressed on the second syllable) is what you want.

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    Thank you. I've never thought I am so funny . So, "bellow" is a sound of bull.

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    Not always a bull, and bulls don't always bellow. More often they snort. But if an animal bellows, it has to be quite big. A grown man can bellow if he's very angry, but you'd never hear a child bellow.

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    Your post is fun. I knew what "bellow" is now. I don't know about bull (we don't have it in Vietnam), but in Vietnam we use "bellow" for tiger.

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