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How to use the word broadly in a Sentence?

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Abortion, gun rights and affirmative action would be monumental. That said, there, in those cases, particularly in the abortion case and in the gun case, there are ways they could decide the more broadly or more narrowly, so part of the blockbuster nature of the term will depend on whether they really go very far and say, overrule Roe v. Wade, or simply narrow it in the abortion case.

Paul Smith

Found on FOX News
13 days ago

Politics

I broadly do. I support the President's intentionality. I support his call to finish the job, we have the solution to this pandemic. Now we have to complete the task, we have to finish the job. And that is what the President asserted, a little more formally. I applaud him for that.

Gavin Newsom

Found on CNN
1 month ago

Politics

I would say we’re broadly not too far away from what we expected in June for the full year, it’s a reasonably well-balanced picture.

Philip Lane

Found on Reuters
1 month ago

Top News

It is critical that the Biden Administration understands that language matters. They need to use precise language in public statements about the investigation and the pandemic more broadly.

Manjusha Kulkarni

Found on CNN
1 month ago

US News

When an armed group gets their hands on American-made weaponry, it's sort of a status symbol. It's a psychological win, clearly, this is an indictment of the U.S. security cooperation enterprise broadly.

Elias Yousif

Found on FOX News
1 month ago

World

The pandemic has become the great equalizer and there seems to be a wider recognition that this is something we have to address more broadly.

Colleen Cicchetti

Found on CNN
2 months ago

Top News

The test measures divergent thinking and verbal creativity, which are important but limited aspects of overall creativity. Our task won't predict your creative culinary skills, but it will predict performance on various types of problem-solving, which suggests it is doing more than simply measuring vocabulary, still, we'll need future research to assess how our task relates to other verbal abilities or intelligence more broadly.

Jay Olson

Found on CNN
3 months ago

Top News

The way that the handover of Bagram Air Base went down appears to have been very poorly coordinated and that reality and perception is not helpful to American interests. It's almost a microcosm of what we've seen more broadly, and that is poor planning.

Bradley Bowman

Found on CNN
3 months ago

Politics

Dismissiveness, no matter how forcefully or broadly it may be communicated, has no persuasive value when attempting to reject evidence that calls one's view into question. - Douglas Petrovich 19 March 2021

Douglas Petrovich

added by doug.petrovich
4 months ago

The White House budget is an agenda for robust, durable economic growth and broadly shared prosperity. The White House budget will deliver a strong economy now and for decades into the future, and is an investment in Americans all across the country who power our economy.

Shalanda Young

Found on CNN
4 months ago

Top News

The goal broadly is to fill a gap that exists in communications and monitoring infrastructure right now, it has been really hard to get people to think what matters in a private WhatsApp community is really relevant.

Angelo Carusone

Found on CNN
4 months ago

Top News

More broadly, we're deeply concerned about the situation in Israel, the West Bank and the Gaza Strip, including violent confrontations in Jerusalem.

Ned Price

Found on FOX News
5 months ago

Latest Headlines

And we've seen that over the past several months, broadly speaking. I'm not placing any blame on any individual or group.

Jen Psaki

Found on FOX News
5 months ago

Politics

And people of color continue to experience brutality and being pepper-sprayed, even killed at the hands of law enforcement, and it's got to stop, one of the things I am looking into is whether there might have been a pattern of misconduct -- of police misconduct, either by these officers specifically or more broadly within the department.

Daunte Wrights

Found on CNN
6 months ago

Top News

And people of color continue to experience brutality and being pepper-sprayed, even killed at the hands of law enforcement, and it's got to stop, one of the things I am looking into is whether there might have been a pattern of misconduct -- of police misconduct, either by these officers specifically or more broadly within Windsor Police Department.

Daunte Wrights

Found on CNN
6 months ago

US News

Putin has come to increasingly rely on repression of his political opponents, and I take that as a sign of weakness rather than a sign of strength, there's already a lot of Putin fatigue in the country. He's run the country for 20 years, and while he remains broadly popular, I think there is a desire within Russia, many elements of Russian society for political change.

Timothy Frye

Found on FOX News
6 months ago

World

They were broadly utilized across our organization.

June Altaras

Found on FOX News
8 months ago

Latest Headlines

Chuck Schumer world includes both him reading the tea leaves about potential threats to his own political career in New York, with its muscular left infrastructure, securing victory after victory, but I also think that he may be reading the tea leaves for his party more broadly, and knowing that if they can deliver on these things, it both helps Senate Democrats win and keeps Senate Democrats in power as the The Senate majority leader.

Evan Weber

Found on CNN
8 months ago

Politics

The technical work is ongoing, broadly, what we are aiming for (is) to have a common view on a good balance between stability, bringing support for the most vulnerable people in a focused way and creating conditions for stronger private sector-led growth in Argentina.

Kristalina Georgieva

Found on Reuters
8 months ago

Top News

It's possible that that age group will be eligible as early as late summer or early fall, but that may be optimistic. But even if they are, it will take several months or longer to broadly distribute the vaccine.

Larry Kociolek

Found on CNN
8 months ago

Top News

There is sufficient time to develop a conclusive scientific record on broadly accepted standards and thus to make disinterested, rigorous public policy.

Nathan Simington

Found on Reuters
9 months ago

Top News

Hedge funds broadly managed the year up to March really well - certainly much better than 2008 as a comparison - and they have ended in positive territory.

Robert Sears

Found on Reuters
9 months ago

Top News

I would rather not try to pivot toward a vaccine that frankly is not quite proven, if this vaccine is proven effective after it's been released more broadly to people, then we can certainly value it and I might change my perspective.

Carlton Gordon

Found on CNN
10 months ago

Top News

Its such a commodity to us, were taking the full steps to make sure that the vaccines secure. Who is first in linehas yet to be decided. But Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar said the hope is that enough doses are available by the end of January to vaccinate adults over age 65, who are at the highest risk from the coronavirus, and health care workers.Dr. Anthony Fauci, the U.S. governments top infectious-diseases expert, said it may take until spring or summer before anyone who is not high risk and wants a shot can get one. States already are gearing up for what is expected to be the biggest vaccination campaign in U.S. history. First the shots have to arrive where theyre needed, and Pfizers must be kept at ultra-cold temperatures around minus 94 degrees Fahrenheit, or minus 70 degrees Celsius. Modernas vaccine also starts off frozen, but the company said it can be thawed and kept in a regular refrigerator for 30 days, easing that concern. Governments in other countries and the World Health Organization, which aims to buy doses for poor nations, will have to decide separately if and when vaccines should be rolled out broadly. CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE CORONAVIRUS COVERAGE Meanwhile, Homeland Security investigators and others are trying to send the message now to the public before the vaccines are approved and begin distribution. They say people should only get a vaccine from an approved medical provider. They shouldnt respond to calls seeking personal information. And they shouldnt click on social media posts purporting to sell cures. If it sounds too good to be true, it is.

Steve Francis

Found on FOX News
10 months ago

Health

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