- v. present participle of deliver.
“Complete video at: fora. tv Linguist and political activist Noam Chomsky criticizes right-wing media outlets, which he describes as delivering a message of paranoia and economic populism comparable to Nazis during the Weimar Republic.”
“And, obviously, he played a role in "delivering" the state to Bush last fall.”
“The report, from the World Health Organization, the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) and the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS), assessed progress in delivering life-saving drugs in 144 low - and middle-income countries.”
“The system is supposed to begin delivering power in 2014 and will take until 2019/20 to service the projected 19 million homes.”
“Knowingly, the station participated in delivering a report that is baseless.”
“The VA “outpaces other systems in delivering patient care,” consistently delivering higher quality health care more efficiently.”
“Given Morgan Stanley's current assets, the firm's so-called Tier 1 common capital under the new rules would stand at about 7.5%, assuming the company is successful in delivering a projected $100 billion in asset sales and other steps to help the balance sheet.”
“In our sessions today, Dr. Spence tells us, we agreed that the mobile phone is probably not the key ingredient in delivering education and knowledge transfer.”
“But in delivering her ultimatum, she revealed exactly where she stands.”
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