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- v. Present participle of inform.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. to furnish incriminating evidence to an officer of the law (usually in return for favors)
- n. a speech act that conveys information
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More recently, my delight in finding some lovely sun blushed tomatoes which don't actually taste like bits of carpet someone has spilt tomato puree on has been hampered by a patronising little addition to the label informing me that 10p from every 'special pack' is being donated to Comic Relief.
Its warmth continues to play a huge role in informing my sense of self in a way that is very meaningful.
He is the kind of person who should play a vital role in informing the American people.
Our Task Force on Lawyer Advertising began its work two years ago to address the dual concerns of protecting the public from false or misleading advertising or solicitation by attorneys while recognizing the legitimate interests of lawyers in informing the public about legal services.
But a lot of the evolution side has been derelect in informing the public on how science works — and has started to frame the debate the same way people here have avocated the global warming debate be framed.
During a talk at the liberal Center for American Progress think tank, Genachowski praised some wireless carriers that had made vast improvements in informing consumers when they were about to exceed their monthly voice and data limits, but then added that these efforts were "the exception, not the rule."
But given the amount of unnecessary, redundant and ultimately harmful treatments, the government has an interest in informing health care providers about best practices – and this is what the legislation does and our doctors want.
He emphasizes the need for TV executives to bear responsibility in informing the participants regarding the risk factors involving particular stunts.
Such a background was critical in informing Gandhi's sensibilities as a Hindu.
Thanks Bucky. unfortunately I am afraid that, even though we seem to be making some progress in informing the public and growing in numbers, it will take another 9/11 to wake America up.
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