- v. present participle of recommend.
“Roach said after the hearing that he had not given the military service much weight in recommending a 10-year prison term.”
“If it embarrasses President Obama's fiscal commission, which is said to be close to a bipartisan bargain recommending Social Security cuts, so much the better.”
“My only reservation in recommending this guy is the riskiness of assembly and the shakiness of the final assembled piece.”
“What I am strongly recommending is that if you are going to offer anything, and I mean anything online, you need to do so from a place of total integrity.”
“But it has a powerful role in recommending salary adjustments for up to 70 percent of the country's 1.9 million federal workers who are paid under the General Schedule.”
“But it has a powerful role in recommending salary adjustments for up to 70 percent of the country's 1.9 million federal workers who are paid under the General Schedule (Hourly employees and the Senior Executive Service are paid under a different system).”
“What I am recommending is that more attention be paid to the likelier suspects.”
“A writer I have no hesitation in recommending purely on her own terms, however, is Ali Smith, for the immediacy and exuberance and specificity of her work.”
“I remember Bernie Saffran's enthusiasm in recommending that book, back in my undergraduate days at Swarthmore.”
“The upgrades are truly worth the wait, and I have no hesitation in recommending this service to one and all.”
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