- v. present participle of declare.
“The screwcap closure and the label declaring Chardonnay are two concessions made to modern practices by this otherwise classically styled white Burgundy.”
“The problem with the biofuel, according to the European Biodiesel Board (EBB), was that the label declaring the fuel to be of Canadian origin was false.”
“Under Illinois law, once any state brands a vehicle "salvage," it can't be driven in Illinois until state officials inspect it, certify that it has been repaired and is safe to drive -- and the secretary of state issues a title declaring it is now "rebuilt.”
“I guess that's what they call declaring a lack of interest.”
“The Environmental Protection Agency had given the company conditional approval to sell the product but said it had to carry a label declaring it "potentially toxic" to honey bee larvae.”
“Most of the food we buy in the US is labeled with information regarding content and most items in general come with a label declaring 'made in' location.”
“Within its declaration it would seem as though the 'declaring' is theoretically unsustainable for the exception of its practicality.”
“Even as Waxman said he could pass the bill out of his committee, at least a half-dozen moderate and conservative Democrats held back in declaring their support for the climate bill, including Reps.”
“To determine the "consubstantiality" (homoousia) as opposed to the mere "similarity" (homoiousia) of Christ to the Father was the problem, and if Arius prevailed in declaring that Christ was not God the very foundation of the Church might crack and its fall destroy the Empire.”
“Despite not making loans or creating jobs, Wall Street is again declaring record profits.”
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