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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of apprise.


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  • You must keep apprised of the ring of things — and quit talking like a commoner!

    French Word-A-Day:

  • The store's great blog, Facebook page and informational Twitter keep customers apprised of new deliveries, pre-order opportunities, sales and other happenings.

    Edina Sultanik: Men's Style Is Alive and Well in Iowa

  • Of course, keep apprised of the industries that are hiring in your area, but also be aware of the possibility of relocating.

    Wendy N. Powell: The Career Hangover: What Do You Do?

  • I do appreciate, however, how useful it has been in getting urgent information out to the world, for example, keeping us apprised of the recent (and ongoing) events in Iran. ken_in_dfw

    Anybody tweet down there?

  • Mr. Ermotti has kept the bank's board apprised of the plans but it is not clear if it has approved them, said people familiar with the matter.

    At UBS, Chief Pushes New Cuts

  • We continue to look into the ex-employee's statements and will keep you apprised.

    10 Confessions Of A Cash4Gold Employee - The Consumerist

  • The company must continue to keep the FDA apprised of its progress and results during this time; at any time during this process the company or the FDA can decide against continued development.

    Vaccine Science

  • Mr. Murdoch subsequently formalized Mr. Klein's role at the center of the response to the crisis, announcing that he had selected the former education reformer to "provide important oversight and guidance" and that Mr. Klein, along with News Corp. board member Viet Dinh , would keep the board apprised.

    Murdoch Selects His Team Carefully

  • "What created the problem was not taking it seriously enough once they were apprised of the situation."

    Basic Training: How Gates Grew

  • “My Orphans, of whom you already have been apprised.”

    Fire The Sky


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