“Describe” in the news
|term to describe|
|used to describe|
Publications and example sentences
· Larry Kramer: a titan of gay rights and literature whose prophecies live on →
His 1978 novel Faggots, in which he described the community as he had experienced and observed it, anal warts and all, made him persona non grata.
· British Land Company PLC (BTLCY) CEO Christopher Grigg on Q4 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
We had always planned that that first stage, that £330 million that I described, we would be perfectly happy doing ourselves.
· Blood markers discovered for COVID-linked syndrome in children →
Levin’s team had already started working on the beta version of a global database, and he — like other doctors involved — described to NBC News an unmatched level of international co-operation across national boundaries and disciplines, as they raced against time to improve their understanding of this condition.
· HEICO Corporation (HEI) CEO Laurans Mendelson on Q2 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
That's the scenario, Eric described a little while ago, if we stress test the business at extreme levels we still wind up with positive cash flow.
· Windows 10 basics: how to uninstall apps →
Be warned: not every app can be uninstalled using the methods described here.
· Xebec Adsorption Inc. (XEBEF) CEO Kurt Sorschak on Q1 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
Can you describe and explain sort of the dynamics in the Quebec renewable natural gas market?
The China Post
· Larry Kramer used voice, pen to raise consciousness on AIDS →
“Larry Kramer could best be described as a force of nature, like a hurricane.
· Dido Harding 'super-driven' to make track and trace scheme work →
Hardingconfidently presented the rules and “new principles”, as Hancock described it, in her first appearance at the Downing Street press conference, drawing a line under past efforts.
· Fox News Escapes Lawsuit Saying It Mocked Virus Threats →
Fox argued in a filing that its on-air hosts never described the coronavirus as a “hoax” or a “conspiracy,” as WASHLITE claimed.
The New York Times
· Activists and Celebrities React to Death of Larry Kramer →
“Reading ‘The Normal Heart’ as a kid changed my life,” Chelsea Clinton said of the autobiographical play, which describes the early years of the AIDS crisis, including how Mr. Kramer and others organized to force the government to move faster in its quest to find a cure or medications for AIDS patients.