Examples of open letter in a Sentence
In an open letter to the company, a citizens' group implored company executives to reconsider their decision to close the factory.
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Blanco announced in an open letter to Louisiana last month that an eye cancer Blanco was treated for six years ago has now spread to her liver.
In an open letter to the BSO administration, the group noted that all but one of the 73 musical works scheduled for 2017-18 at Symphony Hall were by dead white European male composers.
OkCupid announced the change through an open letter on its blog, addressed to bad usernames that sound eerily similar to our previous and embarrassing AIM screen names.
Mike Brown, the chief executive Nedbank Group Ltd. , one of the country’s biggest banks, wrote in an open letter to Mr. Ramaphosa.
Ramsey subsequently released an open letter denying the allegations categorically, and blaming the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee for pushing her out of the race.
And, in an open letter to the committee deciding the fate of the rule, a group of technology and internet pioneers urged the FCC to cancel the vote to repeal.
An open letter from Russell Okung of the Los Angeles Chargers on Friday attempted to organize a resistance among players.
On Tuesday, the tennis pro and mother to two-week-old daughter Alexis Olympia Ohanian Jr. posted an open letter to her own mom, Oracene Price, to Reddit.
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Definition of open letter for English Language Learners
: a letter that is published in a newspaper but that is addressed to a well-known person or to an organization
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