Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of relay.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • "It's no excuse but I was so caught up in relaying the story exactly as it was told to me that, in doing so, I repeated a word that should never be repeated."

    Maloney apologizes for using N word

  • So I was going to delete and rewrite this entry after I got the phone call relaying Charles's death, but knowing Charles and his adoration of food in all its many forms.

    Charles N. Brown & Alexia's London: Supper July 13, 1876

  • In such cases, even small delays in relaying data can be deadly.

    Scrapping the Internet and Starting Over | Impact Lab

  • So the Indiana GOP is sending out emails that state "Chairman Kittle and the governor's office are coordinating with Commissioner Sharp's office in relaying concerns that our friends in the transportation industry are currently having" and offering an opportunity "personally relay concerns you and your firm may be having."

    Archive 2005-08-01

  • The receptor is intimately involved in relaying signals through a family of enzymes called tyrosine kinase.

    Archive 2004-05-01

  • I know I’m way late in relaying this news, but I’ll say it anyway … SZS will be having a second season come January 2008!

    Sayonara Zetsubo Hayate Sensei « Undercover

  • I know I’m way late in relaying this news, but I’ll say it anyway … SZS will be having a second season come [...]

    November « 2007 « Undercover

  • When she’d received the phone call relaying the tragic news that her family had perished, he’d stood by while she grieved, his soul absorbing as much of the ache as he could.

    The Haunting

  • If it was a phone call relaying the information that wouldn’t, as a defense attorney, make me particularly happy, since I would want a formal letter for the record – something I could show to the client or leak to the world.

    Firedoglake » Finally, We Get to the Bigger Question…

  • The lawyer, he said, thought the notion of relaying signals from space was too far-fetched to be taken seriously.

    Ad Astra, Sir Arthur, Don't Forget to Write

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