“Proclaim” in the news
Publications and example sentences
· Pray for Kabeer, Chapter I: The School Play, the Minister of Defense and the Fall of a Hero →
Moments later, the argument reached a boiling point and KGB proclaimed, If the locker room blew up, 99 percent of you guys would go to hell.
The New York Times
· Blaine Kern, Architect of Lavish Mardi Gras Floats, Dies at 93 →
He passed up the opportunity and chose to stay in his home city, where he instead became the “Walt Disney of Mardi Gras,” as The New York Times once proclaimed him.
The New York Times
· Alabama’s Mud-Slinging Senate Primary →
“He wasn’t man enough to stand with President Trump when things got tough,” Mr. Tuberville says in one ad, right after giving a brief biceps flex, adding, “You’re either strong, or you’re not.” His campaign has spent nearly $90,000 on the ad, which proclaims that it’s “time for these weak politicians to go.”
· Lucifer season 5 theories: Lucifer's twin brother rules over earth after Twitter take over →
The social media page has been proclaiming Michael’s superiority for the past 24 hours, and followers have predicted the twin brother’s bid to completely take over Lucifer’s life in season five.
· U.S. carries out first federal execution in 17 years →
Lee proclaimed his innocence in his final statement, according to a local newspaper, the Indianapolis Star.
· If you aren’t filled with rage at Trump, you aren’t paying attention →
It was a month ago that Vice President Pence pathetically proclaimed that “we are winning the fight against the invisible enemy,” and the administration’s great success was “cause for celebration.”
· Tensions with China are rising. What’s the next step? →
Most of our European allies had proclaimed a desire to stay out of this fight, characterizing it as mere great-power competition rather than something that threatened them.
· Federal stockpile is thin amid coronavirus surge, internal documents show →
Still, after months of Trump playing down the public health risk of the disease, and proclaiming the federal response a shining success, the administration's internal data suggest the federal government's ability to help meet any major surge in demand is limited.
The China Post
· Wait ’til next year: Giving up on 2020, looking toward 2021 →
We believe in the power of change and promise ourselves: “This is our year,” as one reveler proclaimed just after the ball dropped in Times Square.