1. "(Government, Economic, Corporate, and Social Structure/Formation) Militaristic Wars, Invasions, and Occupations (e.g., Iraq, Afghanistan) Secret Wars (e.g., Mexico, North Africa) Government Overthrows (e.g., Libya, Central America, Chile) Illegal Assassinations Drone Bombing (e.g., Pakistan, Yemen) Use of Radioactive Weapons (e.g., Fallujah) World’s Largest Military Budget Leader in Weapons Sales Privileging of Wealthy and Powerful (e.g., No Prosecution) Corporate and Institutional Corruption, Fraud, and Crime (e.g., Priceless)"
- Anthony J. Marsella, War
3. "What is the relationship between technology (e.g., TV, computers, the Internet, tablets) and teachers?"
- Yong Zhao, Never Send a Human to Do a Machine's Job: Correcting the Top 5 EdTech Mistakes
4. "Psychotropic drugs have also been organized according to structure (e.g., tricyclic), mechanism (e.g., monoamine, oxidase inhibitor [MAOI]), history (first generation, traditional), uniqueness (e.g., atypical), or indication (e.g., antidepressant). A further problem is that many drugs used to treat medical and neurological conditions are routinely used to treat psychiatric disorders."
- Benjamin James Sadock, Kaplan and Sadock's Synopsis of Psychiatry: Behavioral Sciences/Clinical Psychiatry
5. "Thus, those with long and glittering careers (e.g. me) tend to look down on those (e.g. Ascobol) whose names have been unearthed more recently, and haven't amassed so many fine achievements."
- Jonathan Stroud, Ptolemy's Gate
6. "Surveillance, Monitoring, and Archiving of Personal Information Consumerism Economy Media Control Neuro-Behavioral Control Technologies Failed Economic Policies Hegemonic Globalization Controls and Domination Demonization of Nations (e.g., Iran, China, Russia) and Populations (e.g.,"
- Anthony J. Marsella, War
8. "a Navajo verb is conjugated not solely according to its subject, but also according to its object. The verb ending depends on which category the object belongs to: long (e.g., pipe, pencil), slender and flexible (e.g., snake, thong), granular (e.g., sugar, salt), bundled (e.g., hay), viscous (e.g., mud, feces) and many others. The verb will also incorporate adverbs, and will reflect whether or not the speaker has experienced what he or she is talking about, or whether it is hearsay. Consequently, a single verb can be equivalent to a whole sentence, making it virtually impossible for foreigners to disentangle its meaning."
- Simon Singh, The Code Book: The Science of Secrecy from Ancient Egypt to Quantum Cryptography
9. "Pair fruity dishes with wines from New World regions. Pair earthy dishes with wines from Old World regions. How do you distinguish Old World from New World? If it had a king or a queen in the 1500s (e.g., France, Italy, Spain) it is Old World; and any place they sent explorers (e.g., United States) or prisoners (e.g., Australia) is New World. — GREG HARRINGTON, master sommelier"
- Andrew Dornenburg, What to Drink with What You Eat: The Definitive Guide to Pairing Food with Wine