“Implore” in the news
Publications and example sentences
· America cannot lecture Africans on human rights →
I have hoped to see France's President Emmanuel Macron hold a news conference, imploring the American authorities to uphold democracy and put an end to the spate of tragic deaths of Black people.
· Taika Waititi criticised for ‘policing black anger’ with ‘out of touch’ protest tweet →
Another Twitter user wrote: “I implore you to seek out Black voices that don’t just say what you WANT to hear.
· Coronavirus latest: at a glance →
Pope Francis implored world leaders to provide social and economic relief for the many workers who have lost jobs, and called for the enormous sums of money used to grow and perfect armaments be instead used to fund research to prevent similar catastrophes in the future.
· George Floyd: protesters clash with Secret Service as unrest comes to the White House →
On Saturday, some protesters stayed near the White House, while others marched through the streets chanting, “No justice and no peace.” and “Say his name: George Floyd.” The mood was angry and several speakers implored marchers to remain peaceful.
The New York Times
· Coronavirus, Racism and Injustice: No One Is Coming to Save Us →
Mr. Trump — who in 2017 told police officers to be rough on people during arrests, imploring them to “please, don’t be too nice” — wrote in a tweet, “When the looting starts, the shooting starts.” The official White House Twitter feed reposted the president’s comments.
· London doesn't always know best: how the north is choosing its own pace out of lockdown →
For weeks, Gannon and his team have implored central government to make use of the expertise available in local public health networks, rather than rely on Serco-trained call-centre tracers.
· Residential areas are no places for these heaters →
Victorians, understandably, have been implored to use their common sense over recent months.
· Protests flare across the United States over death of George Floyd in Minneapolis →
In Atlanta, Bernice King, the youngest daughter of civil rights icon Martin Luther King Jr, implored people to go home on Friday night after more than 1,000 protesters marched to the state capitol from the Centennial Olympic Park, blocking traffic and an interstate highway along the way.
· Protests flare around the United States over Minneapolis killing →
In Atlanta, Bernice King, the youngest daughter of civil rights icon Martin Luther King Jr., implored people to go home on Friday night after more than 1,000 protesters marched to the state capitol from the Centennial Olympic Park, blocking traffic and an interstate highway along the way.