“Temper” in the news

Example collocations

loses his temper

Publications and example sentences

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FRANCE 24
· Iran reports most new virus cases since outbreak began  
But Health Minister Saeed Namaki, who is a doctor by profession, and other officials are using more tempered language.  Copy example sentence
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Seeking Alpha
· South Africa's Endgame Part 2: Currency Will Remain Under Pressure  
This will temper fixed investment spending and lower the country's potential growth rate even further.  Copy example sentence
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Seeking Alpha
· Visualizing Virus Impact On REITs  
Senior housing, the locale of many of the COVID-19 related deaths in the U.S. given elderly clientele and close quarters, may see a secular re-think that tempers a demographic boom.  Copy example sentence
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The Independent
· ‘It’s like Christmas’: Cricket left longing for its most cherished day  
If there’s a sombreness to now, it’s at least tempered by the years we’ve had before.  Copy example sentence
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The Age
· When police attack news crews, I fear something is broken in America  
All this months before the trial of Chauvin and his three fellow officers, which will once again raise temperatures and tempers on the streets.  Copy example sentence
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The New York Times
· Dear America: We Watch Your Convulsions With Horror and Hope  
But their message was tempered by France’s own problems with racism and police brutality.  Copy example sentence
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NBCNews.com
· The best 21 grooming gifts for dad this Father's Day  
This five-piece kit is crafted with tempered stainless steel and designed to handle men’s nail care with precision.  Copy example sentence
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The New York Times
· Your Short Film of the Day  
Need a jolt of energy, tempered with tragic fatalism?  Copy example sentence
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The New York Times
· Statue of Frank Rizzo, Former Philadelphia Mayor, Is Removed After Protests  
Mr. Rizzo ran for mayor again in 1983 and tried to temper his abrasive style, casting himself as the “new Rizzo.” The effort failed and he lost in the Democratic primary to Wilson Goode, who became the first black man to serve as mayor of Philadelphia.  Copy example sentence
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The Age
· Victoria needs to get in line with national position on China  
While the manner in which we do so matters greatly, we need ultimately to demonstrate that Australia will act despite a reception we might try to temper but should not be so naïve as to think we can control.  Copy example sentence