a case in point, after all, as a proof, as an illustration, as an example, for example, for instance, in particular, just as, namely, such, specifically, that is,to illustrate, to demonstrate
a) Many southern cities are growing above the national average--- Atlanta is a case in point.
b) The news about calcium and kidney stones is a case in point.
c) Prisoners should be treated with respect --- they are human beings after all.
d) These are, after all, very familiar species.
e) It's extremely expensive to live in New York. For example, I pay $1250 for a one-bedroom apartment.
f) Many countries, for example Mexico and Japan, have a lot of earthquakes.
g) Old English was in many ways similar to Modern German. For instance, the nouns, adjectives, and verbs were highly inflected.
h) We need to rethink the way we consume energy. Take, forinstance, our approach to transport.
i) Automobile prices in particular have fallen in recent months.
j) His last album sold half a million copies and we hope this one will be just as (=equally) popular.
k) One of the most important stages has yet to be started, namely beginning to fit the person into their new job.
l) The issues are in two main clusters, namely the safety and the pricing and procurement of drugs.
m) The rules make it quite clear what should be done in such a situation.
n) We're talking about money - specifically, the money we need to repair our schools.
o) One solution would be to change the shape of the screen, that is, to make it wider.