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How to use the word event-driven in a Sentence?

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We will go through a number of days of commissioning– approximately a week – where we test our sensors, we test our solo mechanism, we test the motors to make sure they spin right. And, we will be very methodical and event-driven as this engineering experiment unfolds, and then, we will be at a point where we will undertake our first flight and then we will progressively undertake more flights once we understand and analyze all the behavior from that first flight.

Bob Balaram

Found on FOX News
3 years ago

The New Jersey market is not as event-driven as Nevada, and it's not as much of a destination, at least not yet, for the Super Bowl.

Dustin Gouker

Found on Reuters
5 years ago

Event-driven funds which were seen chasing the market higher by buying futures on hopes for the success of the U.S.-North Korea summit and the U.S. Fed's rate hike in June were seen unwinding their positions.

Norihiro Fujito

Found on Reuters
5 years ago

The implied expectation is that you are expecting a short-term move very quickly. These are definitely event-driven trades in my opinion.

Steve Claussen

Found on Reuters
6 years ago

The year's positive performance reflects contributions from nearly all of the strategies we employ; the top five winners include a constructive long equity position, a sovereign debt investment, high?yield debt investments in energy companies, an event?driven long position, and a short equity position in the pharmaceutical industry.

Third Point

Found on Reuters
7 years ago

For now, the case has become very much an event-driven story, with leverage rising and depending on billions of asset sales.

Leonardo Correa

Found on Reuters
8 years ago

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