Wording Definitions

Wording \Word"ing\, n.

The act or manner of expressing in words; style of expression; phrasing.

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  • And, if viewers weren’t sure of Dobbs' feelings about the case, the wording of his viewer poll that night offered a clue: “Do you believe Congress is serious about correcting the outrageous miscarriage of justice against [agents] Ramos and Compean?” journalism.org

  • *This post initially said “more than any media organization.” We changed the wording to clarify the context: that the record is held within NPR’s peer group. ESPN, for example, has over 3.5 million Facebook fans. niemanlab.org

  • Although the judgment will bring welcome news for many policyholders, the judgment did not say that the eight defendant insurers are liable across all of the 21 different types of policy wording in the representative sample considered by the Court.   telegraph.co.uk

  • At that time, Google had changed the wording of its privacy policy to read: “Depending on your account settings, your activity on other sites and apps may be associated with your personal information in order to improve Google services.” telegraph.co.uk

  • Brooks manages investments, including shares, on behalf of its clients so you could take this wording to mean its stock would not qualify for the relief. One Aim portfolio manager told Questor he would not hold the shares for this reason. telegraph.co.uk

  • But the corporation has not given an indication of when the communication will arrive or what the wording will be, and in the meantime pensioners are being duped by scam emails which purport to be official. telegraph.co.uk

  • But the wording sparked a backlash as the plaque failed to acknowledge that Lister was a lesbian. More than 2,500 people have signed a petition in protest, urging authorities not to "erase this iconic woman from our history". telegraph.co.uk

  • Changes to ticket wording are part of an ongoing effort by the rail industry to make fares easier for customers, which includes the ongoing roll-out of smart-ticketing and clarifying how peak and off-peak times work.  telegraph.co.uk

  • First, any prime minister would struggle to accept a piece of legislation that binds their hands quite so comprehensively – even specifying the wording of the letter he must write to the EU27 to secure an article 50 extension. theguardian.com

  • Firstly, not all travel insurance policies are created equally. Some will have more generous contract wording, especially around the medical part of the policy, and it is worth checking this or getting a broker to check it for you. telegraph.co.uk

  • Gail Gibbons combines clear, simple wording with her signature illustrations to present fruit facts galore: the parts of fruits, where and how they grow, harvesting, processing, where to buy them, and how to enjoy them as part of a healthy diet. telegraph.co.uk

  • He called for clearer legislation which would allow officers to "be more forceful clearing the area immediately, close the area down, the Government need more forceful wording around groups of people gathering". telegraph.co.uk

  • He said: "My first question would be whether this is due to some quirk of the sampling or the question design. The wording does suggest that the ONS itself is not completely confident about this, with its reference to the introduction of new questions.  telegraph.co.uk

  • However Nicola Sturgeon, Scotland’s First Minister, distanced herself from the latest wording of the campaign as she tweeted: “Stay Home Save Lives remains my clear message to Scotland at this stage.”  telegraph.co.uk

  • I am slightly perturbed that when I Googled for the wording though that one of the suggested options was "Disney Hades and Persephone fanfiction." She was barely even in the Disney version. The mind boggles. theguardian.com

  • Ian Robinson, the former civil servant who was behind the policy at the Home Office, suggested the wording ‘exceptional talent’ should be replaced with “very very good talent or something, without being sarcastic, something a little bit lower”. telegraph.co.uk

  • In 1999, a suite of three new conditions of contract was published by FIDIC, following the basic structure and wording harmonised and updated around the previous FIDIC Design-Build and Turnkey Contract (the 1992 ''Orange Book''). telegraph.co.uk

  • In April a clause referencing access to reproductive health at the UN was removed in a resolution condemning sexual violence, because Trump's administration said the wording implied support for abortions. telegraph.co.uk

  • In May the Government stated that the wording needed "further careful consideration" and had "not been broadly accepted". It has been accepted by Labour, the Liberal Democrats and the Scottish Conservatives.   telegraph.co.uk