- v. Simple past tense and past participle of report.
- adj. made known or told about; especially presented in a formal account
“Even though sales rose almost 8 percent, the label reported a 32 percent drop in earnings, due to “extraordinary costs.””
“After Tracey described the study in his opening statement, in regard to the product information that Glaxo was providing in April 2005, during her opening statement, Glaxo attorney, Varner, told the jury, "GSK in its label reported on the animal studies, including the death of the rat pups that you have heard so much about this morning.”
“Including free copies distributed to public places like doctor's offices, the title reported average overall circulation of 637,048 over the second half of last year, according to BPA. ”
“I know this because Ezra Klein reported it on his blog!”
“Harlequin reported amazement and as of today changed the name to DellArtePress Book Publishing Services.”
“This week, HuffPost's Sam Stein reported that the GOP hopeful even relied on a decoy to dodge the press in the Silver State.”
“The rate of serious adverse events reported is 3.4/100,000 doses distributed.”
“The website Deadspin reported weeks ago that Favre sent lewd photos and inappropriate text messages to a New York Jets game hostess in 2008 when Favre played for the team.”
“In October, The Observer's John Koblin reported that the magazine was forced to cut its staff by 20 percent and go from 12 issues a year to 10.”
“The pattern of earnings that Freddie Mac originally reported is close to the pattern that would have been reported if GAAP required all assets and liabilities (not just derivatives) to be marked to market.”
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Listening to this as an audio book for the second time. Tim O'Brien uses simple words and phrases to great effect. Very few unfamilar and big words . The writing style reminds me of words from Joh...
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