staging post

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Recent Examples on the Web The British awards are usually held a week or two before the Academy Awards and have become an important awards-season staging post. Author: Jill Lawless, Anchorage Daily News, "‘Nomadland’ wins 4 BAFTAs including best picture, director," 12 Apr. 2021 The British awards are usually held a week or two before the Academy Awards and have become an important awards-season staging post. Jill Lawless, USA TODAY, "BAFTA Awards' big winner: 'Nomadland' wins four including best picture, actress, director," 12 Apr. 2021 The British awards are usually held a week or two before the Academy Awards and have become an important awards-season staging post. Author: Jill Lawless, Anchorage Daily News, "‘Nomadland’ wins 4 BAFTAs including best picture, director," 12 Apr. 2021 The British awards are usually held a week or two before the Academy Awards and have become an important awards-season staging post. Jill Lawless, USA TODAY, "BAFTA Awards' big winner: 'Nomadland' wins four including best picture, actress, director," 12 Apr. 2021 The British awards are usually held a week or two before the Academy Awards and have become an important awards-season staging post. NBC News, "'Nomadland' wins 4 BAFTAs, including for best picture and director Chloé Zhao," 11 Apr. 2021 The British awards are usually held a week or two before the Academy Awards and have become an important awards-season staging post. Jill Lawless, The Christian Science Monitor, "'Nomadland' takes best director, picture at British film awards," 11 Apr. 2021 The British awards are usually held a week or two before the Oscars and have become an important awards-season staging post. Los Angeles Times, "‘Nomadland’ wins four British Academy Film Awards, including picture and director," 11 Apr. 2021 At least 70 world leaders are expected to attend, and they will be pushed to bring forward new NDCs and other policy commitments, as a staging post toward the Cop26 summit. Fiona Harvey, Wired, "Can the Paris Agreement Still Avert Climate Chaos?," 26 Dec. 2020

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1911, in the meaning defined above

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“Staging post.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/staging%20post. Accessed 8 May. 2021.

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staging post

noun

English Language Learners Definition of staging post

: a place where people can stop for rest, supplies, etc., during a long journey

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