- v. present participle of announce.
“These people are announcing ... * announcing* ... their intention to steal the nomination in Denver this summer using every instrument they can wield.”
“On the cover we read the title announcing the intention of murder.”
“Rhino knows this too, with the label announcing that it will be reissuing each album this fall.”
“There's a larger bottle, as empty as the small ones, its label announcing its high alcoholic content, resting in her lap.”
“Suddenly appears a person clad in flesh tights and a barrel, carrying a label announcing himself as _The Common People_.”
“When a film opens with a title announcing "This really happened," then adds after a beat”
“Well he is trying to steal the environmental limelight from the Copenhagen conference in announcing his £20bn initiative to basically get people back to work and off the doll, oh but it is environmentally friendly too.”
“Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, in announcing the deal late Tuesday, said negotiators reached a "broad agreement" on a package of provisions to replace the controversial public option portion of the Senate's sweeping health care bill.”
“Unlike Vietnam, we are joined by a broad coalition of 43 nations that recognizes the legitimacy of our action," Obama said in announcing the deployment of an additional 30,000 troops to Afghanistan.”
“Sen. Max Baucus, D-Montana, was one of several Western Democrats who cited a constitutional right to bear arms in announcing support for the proposal.”
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by Mary Oliver
You do not have to be good.
You do not have to walk on your knees
for a hundred miles through the desert repenting.
You only have to let the soft anima...
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