“Enrich” in the news
Publications and example sentences
· Dear Therapist: My Husband Wants Our Family to Move Far Away From My Lover →
I’m trying to wrap my head around the fact that I finally found a wonderful person who has enriched my life—something I had been looking for forever—and now I have to say goodbye.
· The Trump administration’s handling of the coronavirus is isolating us even further →
The life of Rabbi Israel Friedlander (1876-1920) shows just how essential foreign-born professors were to enriching life in the United States and abroad.
· TM, Digi partner to provide HSBB coverage to more Malaysians →
“This will ultimately benefit both consumers and businesses by enriching Malaysians with world-class, superfast connectivity, further improving broadband penetration throughout Malaysia,” he added.
· Covid-19 is no excuse for sovereign creditors to move the goalposts on debt →
What vulture funds and aggressive litigators want is to return to a world in which they use and abuse the courts to enrich themselves at the expense of developing countries, while undermining responsible players in international financial markets.
The New York Times
· Fracking Firms Fail, Rewarding Executives and Raising Climate Fears →
“You have large corporations protecting and enriching their top executives, while they’re cutting corners and putting their companies in a death spiral,” said Ryan Zehl of Zehl Associates, who is representing Justin Cobb, who was severely injured, and the family of Wendell Beddingfield, who died in the explosion.
· The Luminaries BBC release date, cast, trailer, plot: When is The Luminaries out? →
“Writing a novel is a solitary business, but writing for the screen is emphatically collaborative, and to see the world of The Luminaries enlarged and enriched in ways that go far beyond the scope of my own imagination has been a humbling and hugely exhilarating experience.
· The Radical Exposure of Amy Schumer →
It promises that pregnant people can do more than merely get through the day—that they can even continue to create and be enriched (as well as depleted) by what they’re going through.
· Sanctions must be placed on Nigeria after horrific Christian persecution, lobby group says →
Now, the newly enriched FCDO, under karate black belt Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab, has announced that the UK will apply “Magnitsky” sanctions to named individuals in named countries who have committed gross human rights violations.
· Why Tottenham are stagnating under José Mourinho, who has yet to evolve →
The first two games after the shutdown were a distillation of Bad Arsenal, a limp defeat at Manchester City enriched by some slapstick defending, followed by a farcical collapse at Brighton.
· Jack Charlton: a footballing giant who was forever a man of the people →
Jack’s granddaughter, Emma Wilkinson, an ITV reporter, said: “He enriched so many lives through football, friendship and family.