issuing

[ ish-oo or, esp. British, is-yoo ]SEE DEFINITION OF issuing

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ISSUING

From his dress, and the commands he appeared to be issuing, Robert judged that it was the mate.

She whirled with the evident intention of issuing her commands direct.

No; they came from my lips, issuing from the bottom of my heart like a prayer for mercy.

He was aiming at the glowing crack where the green light was issuing.

Telescope in hand on the quarter-deck, Don Miguel was issuing his orders.

This is one of the most useful works now issuing from the American press.

Death, issuing from that great power of artillery, laid the soldiers in swathes.

Olive, pale as her orange-blossoms, was issuing from the porch.

They shone fiercely in the faint light, which issuing from the window fell on him.

He began his address at last by issuing a defiance to his enemies.

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