In the library's north wing, you'll find the current periodicals.
She works in the pediatric wing of the hospital.
The guest room is in the east wing. Verb
The team winged to Moscow for the finals.
She winged the ball over to first base.
The soldier was winged by a stray bullet. See More
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The sculpture, undergoing renovation at Austin Finishing in Cleveland, should be ready to tee mounted at the entrance to the school’s Performing Arts wing, in the spring of 2023.
Rich Heileman, cleveland, 25 Nov. 2022 The incoming government looks to be the most right-wing in Israel’s history, forcing Netanyahu into a diplomatic balancing act between his coalition and Western allies.
Reuters, NBC News, 25 Nov. 2022 The Flying Jets’ wing-T offense produces 316.4 rushing yards per game, led by junior fullback Keegan Bluhm (1,488 rushing yards, 18 touchdowns).The Indianapolis Star, 25 Nov. 2022 Guests can choose any three favorite wing flavors for a platter ($29-$32), or get individual dishes.The Courier-Journal, 25 Nov. 2022 Oath Keepers leader Stewart Rhodes and four other members of the right-wing militia group face the most serious charges brought so far in relation to the attack on the Capitol, chief among them a seditious conspiracy charge.
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Usa Today, USA TODAY, 22 Nov. 2022 Scandal has reached a full boil at America's Frontline Doctors—the right-wing pseudo-medical group notorious for peddling bogus COVID-19 treatments and fear-mongering over vaccines and other safe, effective health measures.
Beth Mole, Ars Technica, 15 Nov. 2022 Project Veritas, described as a far right-wing activist group, was created by conservative James O’Keefe in 2011.Hartford Courant, 11 Nov. 2022 What Turner didn’t know at the time was that this simple notification to the USPS would enmesh him in a scheme dreamed up by a right-wing activist group called True the Vote that ended up challenging the voter registrations of 364,000 Georgians.
Dhruv Mehrotra, WIRED, 8 Nov. 2022
And plenty of diners would still rather secure a spot outside, rather than wing it and have to spend a night breathing other people’s air.
Ali Francis, Bon Appétit, 19 Sep. 2022 Despite my initially chaotic approach of just trying to wing it, the lounge's very funny bartenders, Chris and Keeli, valiantly kept trying to teach me how to play properly.
Lauren Morgan, EW.com, 8 Sep. 2022 There’s never any gray area, McNulty said, and Jurkovec is never going to wing anything or leave out any possible wrinkle.
Trevor Hass, BostonGlobe.com, 26 Aug. 2022 Repertory is usually so familiar that the orchestra can wing it if necessary.
Mark Swed, Los Angeles Times, 10 Aug. 2022 Plan some time to just wing it and enjoy each other's company.
Carly Caramanna, Travel + Leisure, 16 June 2022 Even with an injury to wing Sophie Cunningham, the team’s chemistry has improved immensely.
Jenna Ortiz, The Arizona Republic, 20 June 2022 Phoenix Suns coach Monty Williams, wing Mikal Bridges and forward Cam Johnson each were named one of three finalists for three different NBA individual awards Sunday.
Duane Rankin, The Arizona Republic, 17 Apr. 2022 Bruins wing Brad Marchand, who has been slumping lately, had eight shots on goal, but there was no beating DeSmith.
Dan Scifo, Hartford Courant, 21 Apr. 2022 See More
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Middle English winge, of Scandinavian origin; akin to Danish & Swedish vinge wing; akin to Sanskrit vāti it blows — more at wind entry 1