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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That wording has now been removed from the SMU website.
The wording of Bartman's thank-you statement suggests the passage of time hasn't alleviated the anguish a perfectly normal spectator reaction brought down on him in the eighth inning of Game 6 of the 2003 NLCS.
Critics of the proposal argued the wording is too vague and could open the way for businesses that threaten quality of life.
Village manger Rick Ginex said Wednesday the specific wording was being worked on and will be shown to Oakbrook Center management, while a decision on locations for signs also is made.
The EPA argued that the stay was reasonable because the previous administration hadn’t given all stakeholders due opportunity to comment on certain parts of the rules’ final wording.
The wording of Emanuel's op-ed echoes criticism frequently lobbed against New York and its subway issue.
Facebook says the exact wording of its rules may have changed slightly in more recent versions.
The formal, and understated dinner conversation suddenly turned tense, according to three people who were present and confirmed both the substance and the wording of Biden’s responses.
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