“Display” in the news
|now on display|
|put on display|
Publications and example sentences
· The world's most followed stock index is set for a drastic makeover →
It's a reminder that even passive structures have active elements, a fact on display last month when an oil exchange-traded fund reshuffled the mix of its futures time and again.
· Prepare For A Bear Market →
The chart displays a Put/Call Ratio moving average for CBOE options.
· As fashion has its metaverse moment, one app looks to bridge real and virtual worlds for sneakerheads →
As players collect shoes they can display them on their in-app virtual shelves and potentially trade them with other players.
· Facebook's Announcement Is A Long-Planned Head-On Attack On Amazon →
Likewise, live shopping is to be tested, where products can be displayed and purchased during a stream.
The New York Times
· The Coronavirus Doesn't Mean We Can Forget Our Promise to Veterans →
After Mr. Haber’s roommate tested positive for the coronavirus, he had to wait days before receiving a test himself, despite displaying symptoms, according to his family.
The New York Times
· Gallery Sues Landlord, Claiming Covid-19 Shutdown Voids Lease →
He has displayed several Picassos in his Manhattan home and, in 2014, riled some neighbors by erecting on his Long Island estate a 33-foot, painted bronze sculpture of a naked pregnant woman with an exposed fetus.
· Johnson risks party wrath backing aide over lockdown breach claims →
The trips have fuelled anger among the millions who have stuck to the government's coronavirus guidelines that a person who displays symptoms must stay home for seven days, with the rest of that person's household doing the same for 14 days.
· PC Connection: A Corona Play With Large Cash Pile, Strong Growth, Attractive Valuation →
The remaining sales were fairly evenly split between desktops, software, hardware, networking products, and displays.
· Hong Kong demonstrators defy lockdowns to protest a sweeping new national security law →
Liberate Hong Kong,” and “Hong Kong independence, the only way out.” Some of them displayed blue, pro-independence flags.
· Hurry Up And Wait For Berkshire Hathaway →
Right now, this culture is on full display, yet many investors seem to be angry that the tiger's stripes aren't changing as the wind blows.