Examples of wording in a Sentence
What's the exact wording of the agreement?
it's important to get the wording of this law precisely correct
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Their software systems can be so ancient that policies have to be printed out with standard wording and modified with a typewriter, says Jillian Slyfield of Aon.
The Republic independently compared several of Mendez's responses from the questionnaire with other sources and also found passages with identical or similar wording.
The jurors also asked a question about an index of evidence and about the wording on one of the charges Salman faces.
Why Ireland’s Border Is Brexit’s Intractable Puzzle: QuickTake The Irish issue has continued to dog talks, and a new temporary compromise on the wording of the withdrawal agreement has now been agreed.
The defense filed a motion for a protective order, taking issue with the wording in the subpoenas.
Sprint spokeswoman Michelle Mermelstein said in an interview that the company was careful with the wording of its promotional language even if some other writers were less clear.
An important part of the patent examination process is haggling over the exact wording of these claims.
Maybe someone would apologize for the confusion or the imprecise wording of the law.
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