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- v. Present participle of issue.
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- n. the act of issuing; putting out.
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- n. the act of providing an item for general use or for official purposes (usually in quantity)
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You have to hope that he doesn't want to spend the rest of his term issuing apologies to Mitch McConnell and John Boehner.
"Pipes in the middle of the day's regular revelry," ejaculated Anthony, whose way of holding the curved pipe-stem displayed a mind bent on reckless enjoyment, and said as much as a label issuing from his mouth, like a figure in a comic woodcut of the old style: -- "that's," he pursued,
A witty wigmaker adopted the sign of Absolom hanging to a tree, with King David lamenting at a distance, who was represented with a label issuing from his mouth, containing these words --
Real Life In London, Volumes I. and II. Or, The Rambles And Adventures Of Bob Tallyho, Esq., And His Cousin, The Hon. Tom Dashall, Through The Metropolis; Exhibiting A Living Picture Of Fashionable Characters, Manners, And Amusements In High And Low Life (1821)
Collections I found it in a very old drawing, that he has published, in which St. Patrick is represented visiting hell, and putting the devils into great confusion by his presence, of whom one that is driving the damned before him with a prong, has a label issuing out of his mouth with these words, OUT OUT ARONGT, of which the last is evidently the same with _aroint_, and used in the same sense as in this passage.
Tom Spink and Louis were on top the chart-house with me and preparing to lower the flour, when we heard a voice issuing from the shaft.
"In which case, I shall begin issuing my commands."
And I would advise any insurance company to be very prudent in issuing policies to any declining diocese of failing denominations.
He should secure the shutter, he knows, but it comforts him to have some sound of activity issuing from the house.
Not to be outdone, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton announced last year that the State Department would begin issuing its own Quadrennial Diplomacy and Development Review.
Thomas makes up his mind before hearing cases, things like briefs and oral arguments are just irritating delays to him in issuing his (often terrible) opinions.