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Phrase Lists are used to identify known phrases in audio data, like a person's name or a specific location. As an example, if you have a command "Move to" and a possible destination of "Ward" that may be spoken, you can add an entry of "Move to Ward". Adding a phrase will increase the probability that when the audio is recognized that "Move to ...

Instead, Lists, which are immutable, singly-linked lists, are typically preferred. An F# List provides an ordered, immutable series of values, and is supported for use in functional-style development. When used from F#, the List<T> class is typically referred to by the ResizeArray<'T> type abbreviation to avoid naming conflicts with F# Lists

Key differences between how lists and segments are made. To create a segment, you must work directly in Dynamics 365 Marketing. Marketing lists can be created using any of several different Dynamics 365 apps and add-ons.

In bulleted and numbered lists, end each list item with a period if: Any item forms a complete sentence when combined with the list introduction that precedes the colon. Exception Don’t use periods if all items have three or fewer words or if the items are UI labels, headings, subheadings, or strings. Any item by itself is a complete sentence.

For information and an example about how to retrieve list data within the context of the SharePoint Foundation 2010 Silverlight object model, see Using the Silverlight Object Model. See Also Concepts. Data Retrieval Overview. SharePoint 2010 Client Object Model Guidelines. How to: Create, Update, and Delete Lists