“Appropriate” in the news
Publications and example sentences
· Centrelink was warned robodebts could be inaccurate more than four years ago →
“Appropriate steps were taken to mitigate the risks identified in this plan at that time.
· Premier League returns: Seven live games a week on BBC Radio 5 Live →
The BBC will work closely with the Premier League to ensure all appropriate safety measures are adhered to in the broadcasting of these games.
· Eviction ban extended in UK by further two months →
The government said that it was working with the judiciary to draw up new legal guidance which would ensure the courts were “better able to address the need for appropriate protection of all parties, including those shielding from coronavirus”.
· ‘I can’t breathe’: After George Floyd, death of another black man in US custody ruled homicide →
So I know enough to know there has to be a very thorough investigation to lead wherever the evidence goes and people need to make appropriate decisions, and that could include criminal prosecutions.”
· Quanex Building Products Corporation (NX) CEO George Wilson on Q2 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
But we were prepared and we took the appropriate actions to minimize the impact to our business and margins.
· Anaplan: Not A Cool Kid In Pandemic Times →
The valuation of the stock is not appropriate for the growth expectations for fiscal 2021 and the company's profitability profile.
· Odisha takes pioneering step towards women empowerment →
This is possible due to the efforts of our team & its commitment to empower the vulnerable groups achieved through appropriate capacity& confidence building measures.
· Command & Conquer Remastered Collection review: Loving the smell of Tiberium →
And the C&C:RC package is careful to update its new units' animation frames in appropriate fashion.
· The Brexit crisis led to totally incompetent leadership at a time of unprecedented calamity. Now we are paying for it →
The analogy is all too appropriate: Johnson, with his fake-patrician bombast and shady dealings, strongly resembles the Duke of Plaza Toro in The Gondoliers who “led his regiment from behind/he found it less exciting”.
· The 1894 Group banner is an opportunity wasted - A Week in the City →
When asked about the plans to unveil the banner, as matches were to be played behind closed doors, they insisted they would find an appropriate way to make sure it got in front of as many people as possible.