Examples of disclosure in a Sentence
We demand full disclosure of the facts.
he offered full disclosure of the government files on the assassination
Recent Examples of disclosure from the Web
And the San Antonio Express-News gave it the kind of three-star review (full disclosure: written by yours truly) reserved for white-tablecloth bistros with waiters and wine lists.
Also, government data policies require the public disclosure of any data Langseth acquires—a rule that makes its services a stretch for the private sector, says Sean Higgins, LDEO’s director of marine operations.
Some information is strictly prohibited from public disclosure, even with a city council vote.
Again, no one has been more vocal than I in seeking disclosure of Rice’s role in the unmasking of Americans in intel reporting, and the possible connection of the unmasking to political spying.
All those requests were rejected and, Norris-Weeks wrote, signatures are exempt from disclosure.
The Trump administration on Friday announced a new effort to crack down on leaks, promising to prosecute the sources of disclosures of classified information and to review the legal protections of journalists.
All that Duggan found in the mail was a dozen pages of legal disclosures.
The disclosure came Tuesday, as county supervisors were about to approve $29 million in no-bid contracts with Motorola Solutions to finish a $140 million project that replaces much of the outdated system’s equipment.
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