- n. Plural form of happening.
“I ordered food on Twitter, streamed happenings from the flight Live back home via Wifi and “rented” a power point to plug in my Mac.”
“Well, I'ma let we finish a list, though initial I'd similar to to prominence a little certain happenings of 2009, made probable by amicable media.”
“Author Kent picked one so young to explain happenings as she sees them without mucking the waters with her own theories.”
“Given the limits we push things, do you believe that the current national awareness of eco-disasters (Oil spills in Nevada and the Gulf, O-Zone, etc.) as well as other world happenings, is more a function of the ability for technologies to bring us the news instantly?”
“In addition to the main happenings in the jardin and parroquia, there were dozens of small parades and sidewalk celebrations in front of neighborhood churches scattered throughout the town.”
“It will feature a short video clip of yours truly and I'll be commenting on interesting New York legal happenings from the past week and perhaps highlighting an entertaining law-related tidbit not yet discussed on Sui Generis.”
“Digger brothers spent innumerable hours together, working on the same projects, performing together in happenings, conversing about relationships or the shape of the future society, getting high, fixing one another's trucks, protecting one another from the policeman's truncheon, and, at times, living in the same houses and drawing from the same communal resources.”
“Being present in our family's lives in the day to day, hour to hour happenings is so very, very precious.”
“I am willing to accept my entire view of this world and its happenings is an opinion.”
“When thinking this over, it came to me that if today I could trace for you certain happenings and show their influence on public opinion in the United States, I would possibly furnish you with an understanding of the reasons for certain phases of American public opinion that seem unnatural to Canadians.”
Looking for tweets for happenings.