Sentence examples for singling from high-quality English sources.

  • The deposition focused on Perdue's career, at times singling out his role in helping outsource jobs overseas.

  • Producer of new BBC Three drama 'Murdered By My Father' explains how he went to the experts for advice on how to make the programme authentic without singling out one story.

  • Trump — “we don’t criticize our commander in chief,” he said — but said the policy shift “is singling out a specific population in the military, who had been assured we were doing everything appropriate to continue our honorable service.”

  • However, there’s a problem with that approach; if one of the reasons women aren’t starting businesses is because they lack the confidence to do so, singling them out as a group in need of special treatment risks undermining that confidence even further.

  • He also said that certain sectors will bear the brunt of the collapse — singling out the retail, real estate, manufacturing, and food service industries.

  • The science is very preliminary," warned Prof Salim Karim, who chairs the South African government's advisory panel on the pandemic, and who expressed concern about people singling out individual studies to suit a particular "ideology".

  • Labor’s climate spokesman, Mark Butler, said he was concerned the government was using poorly explained revisions to emissions data to attack Labor and as an excuse not to act on climate change, singling out the emissions reduction minister, Angus Taylor.

  • It took only two days, though, for the fighters of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria to issue edicts laying out the harsh terms of Islamic law under which they would govern, and singling out some police officers and government workers for summary execution.

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  • Oliver opened by suggesting that even the name ‘United Kingdom’ is “beginning to sound a bit sarcastic” given the clear divisions throughout the UK which became apparent in the wake of the vote, before singling out David Cameron, Boris Johnson and Nigel Farage.

  • Mark Dayton on Thursday forcefully condemned the police officers involved in the shooting of a 32-year-old black man, singling out the shooting as an example of racism and an incident that would have played out differently if it didn’t involve black Americans. 

  • Some city leaders and former department officials went further, saying that in the absence of cooperation, the president was exploiting the unrest for his re-election campaign, singling out left-wing agitators while ignoring white supremacists and right-wing groups.

  • He continued: "Also, there's equal if not more responsibility on the fascists who now running the Democrat Party, who have imposed censorship on these people, who have been singling them out for unfair treatment since the IRS started going after conservative groups."

  • Singling out then-FSB chief Nikolai Patrushev alongside Mr Putin, Sir Robert wrote: “Taking full account of all the evidence and analysis available to me I find that the FSB operation to kill Litvinenko was probably approved by Mr Patrushev and also by President Putin.”

  • "These businesses that we are singling out ... must also make sure that their employees have access to a clean and sanitary restroom along with proper cleansing products like soap and sanitizer and allow their employees to wash their hands every 30 minutes," he told NBC.

  • Dave Portnoy, founder of the Barstool Sports blog, who has emerged as one of the most high-profile amateur traders during the pandemic, also attacked the restrictions, singling out Robinhood, which has cast itself as a platform aimed at making Wall Street more accessible.

  • “My concern has been that Republicans are spending millions of taxpayer dollars singling out Secretary Clinton because she is running for president often leaking inaccurate information while at the same time disregarding the actions of Republican secretaries of state,” he said.

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  • To some community activists and academics, the numbers heighten concerns that the LAPD could be singling out blacks and Latinos for invasive searches, damaging relationships with minority residents that the department has worked to strengthen since the dark days after the 1992 riots.

  • Starting public feuds is something Trump used to his advantage in his first presidential campaign, first by singling out his main competitors in the Republican field like "low-energy Jeb" Bush and "Lyin' Ted" Cruz, then lobbing attack after attack on "Crooked Hillary" Clinton on Twitter.

  • Over the last few months, Facebook managers had to shut down discussions on internal forums singling out certain parents for not contributing, according to three members of the Facebook staff, who asked to remain anonymous because they were not permitted to discuss workplace issues with reporters.

  • When these check-ins are collaborative (instead of singling certain individuals out) and balanced with a healthy tolerance for Super Bowl excitement, this will ensure they stay accountable for the expectations set by the company, and give them the opportunity to report in on performance indicators.


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