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sen·ten·tial

 (sĕn-tĕn′shəl, -shē-əl)
adj. Linguistics
Of or relating to a sentence.

sen·ten′tial·ly adv.
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Hence, both SMT and EBMT rely on a sententially aligned bilingual corpus.
Although the patients are textually present, they do not hold sententially prominent positions.
This square may be read, sententially, as Lived I, mad Eva, saved amid evil.