Examples of postscript in a Sentence
In a postscript to her letter, she promised to write again soon.
An interesting postscript to the story is that the two people involved later got married.
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Both versions of the myth provide postscripts in which the brother and sister leave their home and settle in another community, find a wife and husband respectively.
Postscript: Carson Palmer told me at Cardinals camp the other day—as did Broncos president Joe Ellis in Denver—that friends of theirs went to the show too.
Postscript *14 climate scientists evaluating the scientific accuracy of the Wallace-Wells piece gave it a negative credibility score.
Postscript: When Armstrong wrote this column, Wisconsin was one of just 18 states with an official state mammal; currently, 39 states have one.
A postscript: In December, the city reduced the maximum speed on Delridge from 35 mph to 30 mph, part of an ongoing initiative to lower arterial speeds citywide.
The book adds postscripts to most of its entries, detailing which items have been reissued, either on LP or CD or as downloads.
Postscript: Patrick Carpenter will be attending Boston College this fall.
SEOUL—A South Korean special prosecutor appointed to investigate a national corruption scandal hired a cybersecurity firm to shield it from attacks, a postscript to the scandal that toppled the nation’s president and Samsung’s de facto chief.
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