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noun as in declaration, assertion
On June 13, the Secret Service corrected its previous statement and said pepper spray had been used to clear the square.
Caputo “decided to take a leave of absence to focus on his health and the well-being of his family,” the HHS said Wednesday in a statement sent to Ars.
Diggins-Smith is at another level offensively this season, quite a statement for a four-time All-Star entering this campaign.
Jacques will remain in his role until the end of March next year, or a successor is appointed, Rio said Friday in a statement.
Yesterday, in another Google webmaster hangout with John, I asked him numerous questions around that statement and it turns out that the data and signals that make up these core updates do get updated regularly between Google core updates.
“I love my job and I love my city and I am committed to the work here,” he said in a statement.
The best answer Sutton offers is a statement by the preacher John Roach Stratton back in 1918.
For now, the Egyptian government has issued a statement saying that Clooney is free to enter Egypt “whenever she wants.”
Meanwhile, the Anti-Defamation League issued a statement deploring the state GOP for its failure to censure Duke.
It might be the most powerful affirmation, and perhaps even a feminist or political statement, from any public person this year.
There was a great comparing of papers, and turning over of leaves, by Fogg and Perker, after this statement of profit and loss.
But, after all, perhaps it might be easier and more expedient if he were to appear to accept the Seneschal's statement.
He had repeated till he was thrice weary the statement that "the Cat lay on the Mat and the Rat came in."
How can we rely upon such evidence after nineteen hundred years, and upon a statement of facts so important and so marvellous?
That is a strange statement to make, but it is an example of the shifts to which apologists are frequently reduced.
On this page you'll find 137 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to statement, such as: account, affidavit, allegation, announcement, assurance, and charge.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.