- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of inform.
“A note from the producer of The Trauma Jockey and I'm still astounded they haven't thought of another title informs me that the screenplay now has `elements of Se7en, The Silence Of The Lambs and Children Of Men.”
“A second edition appeared in 1638, and, as the title informs us, "with some new additions:" what these were I am not able to state, as my copy, although it appears perfect, contains precisely the same with that of”
“To begin with, the title informs us that the subject is not drawn from the Bible.”
“But the point of this essay - as the title informs - is not on the question of freedom of speech per se, but on Western hypocrisy toward that question.”
“Sparkly Lurex yarns, in shades of blue and violet that could only be fit for a fairy, actually are, as the label informs us the swatch is for a "Blue Fairy Bolero - Pinocchio - Royal Opera House Ballet".”
“After the Duchess kicks her friend out of her house, a title informs us that one hour passes a very common interlude, and surprisingly in the very next scene there's the General again, still standing in her parlor, walking around it aimlessly, looking like only five minutes has passed since she ordered him to leave.”
“The new label informs consumers on the fact that Gardasil may also be used to prevent cancers of the vagina and vulva.”
“The "Games" label informs us that "boys and girls tossed ice gliders across frozen rivers and lakes to see whose glider could go farthest with the greatest accuracy" like when I played skully with bottlecaps on the Bronx sidewalks.”
“The lekgotla is specifically intended to inform discussions at the cabinet lekgotla, which has always been held soon after the NEC lekgotla, which in term informs government's programme for the year.”
“For example, LogicBrain informs me that logically speaking, there must come a point at which home-made Thai peanut sauce stops getting better.”
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