1. Archaic Common talk; rumor or gossip.
2. A spoken or written account of an event, usually presented in detail.
3. Reputation; repute.
4. A formal account of the proceedings or transactions of a group.
5. An explosive noise.
6. Law Bound volumes containing the published court opinions in legal cases, intended to provide a reference for precedents in subsequent cases.
7. Synonyms Narration, detail, description, recital, narrative, communication.
9. An account brought back or returned; a statement or relation of facts given in reply to inquiry, as the result of investigation, or by a person authorized to examine and bring or send information.
10. The sound of an explosion; a loud noise.
11. An account or statement. ,
12. Relation; correspondence; connection; reference.
13. Repute; public character.
14. A tale carried; a story circulated; hence, rumor; common fame.
15. Verdict., etc. See decision.
17. To tell about the presence or occurrence of.
18. To make or present an official or formal account of.
19. To serve as a reporter for a publication, broadcasting company, or other news media.
20. To carry back and repeat to another.
21. To be accountable or subordinate to someone.
22. To make a report.
23. To complain about or denounce.
24. To write or provide an account or summation of for publication or broadcast.
25. To present oneself.
26. To submit or relate the results of considerations concerning.
27. To relate or tell, especially from personal experience: synonym: describe.
28. To present one's self, as to a superior officer, or to one to whom service is due, and to be in readiness for orders or to do service; also, to give information, as of one's address, condition, etc.
29. To furnish in writing an account of a speech, the proceedings at a meeting, the particulars of an occurrence, etc., for publication.
30. To make a report, or response, in respect of a matter inquired of, a duty enjoined, or information expected.
31. (on report) Subject to disciplinary action.
1. The rise was attributed to improvements in the way police record reports.
2. The people interviewing us to check our eligibility lie in their reports.
3. No one was reported hurt in the blaze.
4. It says there is a strong public interest in reporting criminal investigations into public figures.
5. It was just a factual report.
6. He was also last night reported as saying he could not repeat his views in public as it was not government policy.
7. Eight crew and the captain had to use emergency oxygen, an official report said.
8. Millions of savers are opting to overpay their mortgage instead of putting money into poorly performing savings accounts, brokers report.
9. There are links to inspection reports, school websites and local properties for sale or rent close to the schools you are interested in.
10. The senior salaries review body will report in the new year.
11. This chapter outlines the main financial reports included in the annual report and accounts of a business.
12. We passed the report to police and the bomb was found.
13. The violence reported is just the tip of the iceberg.
14. Independent monitors reported few cases of unrest elsewhere.
15. Others felt overwhelmed by financial reports and official proceedings.
16. We encourage people to report content they find offensive.
17. Leading independent schools said the report showed that foreign language exams did not reward the brightest pupils.
18. Yesterday the council confirmed that it had set up an independent investigation which will report this month.
19. The app allowed us to put our best royal reporting in one place for the first time.
20. But reports that his body had been identified in the wreckage proved to be wishful thinking.
21. Annual reports and accounts will scarcely be looked at.
22. The report criticises police purchasing methods that resulted in many forces deciding to use different suppliers.
23. It went missing three weeks ago but has only just been reported to police.
24. Health officials are reported to be considering closing schools because of a risk of disease.
25. And last night there were reports of three cases in Istanbul.
26. The committee 's interim report could not be more clear.
27. Independent cleanliness assessment reports across London boroughs showed that on the whole measures to reduce litter were working.
28. The highly critical report said'This school requires special measures because it is failing to give its pupils an acceptable standard of education.
29. • Match report: Manchester City 0-1 Tottenham• Read Paul Doyle's minute-by-minute report• Daniel Taylor: City will be all the poorer for failure• In pictures: Tom Jenkins's best images from the gamePeter Crouch had messed up a better chance five minutes before Marton Fulop, in the night's decisive moment, pushed Younes Kaboul's cross on to his head.
30. Nowâ€¦.under Clinton, intel is gathered to figure out who did it, but before the report is finished, Clinton is out and Bush is inâ€¦..report is thus given to bushâ€¦.and he did what Paul?
31. With all of these pieces the code for a trivial report could look something like this: use report; my $report = report - > new ();
32. • Match report: Manchester City 0-1 Tottenham• Read Paul Doyle's minute-by-minute report• Richard Williams: Spurs 'England contingent shine• In pictures: Tom Jenkins's best images from the gameUltimately, though, they came up conspicuously short and, as the game reached its final stages, Mancini could be seen screaming into the night air, kicking out those polished shoes and releasing all that pent-up frustration in the knowledge that a place in the Champions League qualifiers was about to pass them by.
33. • Match report: Manchester City 0-1 Tottenham• Read Paul Doyle's minute-by-minute report• Richard Williams: Spurs 'England contingent shine• Daniel Taylor: City will be all the poorer for failure• In pictures: Tom Jenkins's best images from the game
34. • Match report: Manchester City 0-1 Tottenham• Read Paul Doyle's minute-by-minute report• Richard Williams: Spurs 'England contingent shine• Daniel Taylor: City will be all the poorer for failure• In pictures: Tom Jenkins's best images from the game "It's great for the club.
35. * Goldstone called the allegation that the report encourages terror and negates Israel's right to self-defense "quite untrue and a fallacious attempt to win opposition to what is contained in the report*.
36. ‘The spectator observes a certain space and has the capacity to report on what their eyes see.’
37. ‘NKA was founded in 1994 to report on activities of contemporary African art and to train young African writers.’
38. ‘Parker will report on what's in the bottle, courageously unconcerned by the reputation on the label or by the affability of the wine-maker.’
39. ‘If the element of surprise wanes, there is no more novelty to report on.’
40. ‘Previously reported accounting gains will be quickly transformed into problematic losses.’
41. ‘The week before we go to New York, students report on one aspect of New York.’
42. ‘There's not a whole lot to report on this sound mix - some distortion and hiss are present due to the shaky video/archival footage featured in the film.’
43. ‘There is nothing special to report on the technical side.’
44. ‘Crossbow makes sensors that can report on vibration, tilt, acceleration, temperature, and other factors.’
45. ‘Under the terms of the loan, the co-op was required to report on the impact of the new construction on local wildlife.’
46. ‘The suspicious father even instructs his servant Reynaldo to spy on Laertes in Paris and to report on his son's behavior.’
47. ‘And even a weak quarterly earnings report on Wednesday didn't slow things down.’
48. ‘I plan to start a real portfolio similar to that shown above and will hopefully be able to report on the results again at a future date.’
49. ‘Your combined contribution should not be more than the amount of compensation you report on your tax return.’
50. ‘Unfortunately, we can't report on the outcome of this most recent visit, as he has not been heard from since.’
51. ‘Students find it much easier to report on a short discussion than to risk being wrong as an individual.’
52. ‘The working girls are then instructed to report on every individual they entertain.’
53. ‘There isn't a whole lot to report on this transfer.’
54. ‘They report on the dramatic increase in venture ratings while also commenting on the pressures to conform to the norms of an MBA education.’
55. ‘It includes revenue accounting and Vat reporting for 41 European subsidiaries.’
56. ‘Coverage such as the Time article illustrates reflexivity because it not only reported on the event, but it drew attention to the production of the event as news.’
57. ‘But news agency AFP reported on Monday that thousands of the League's supporters took to the streets of the capital Dhaka on Monday in protest.’
58. ‘An American editor and newspaperman who reported on the Scopes trial, which concerned evolution.’
59. ‘Last week this newspaper reported on the potential $1 billion ‘poison put option’ exercisable by Elan bondholders next year.’
60. ‘What began as a hobby, took a 15-year-old prodigy rock critic/journalist around America reporting on the up and coming fictional rock band Stillwater.’
61. ‘The Independent reported on Saturday that Flying Brands, the mail order flowers and books group, is back on the acquisition trail, six years after its last attempt to expand ended disastrously.’
62. ‘Last August 12, The New York Times reported on a story they also created.’
63. ‘This drop was less steep than the 15 per cent decline that NNI had estimated last week, as reported on these pages on the basis of partial data.’
64. ‘They'd sent me up to Lancashire to report on the collapse of the English cotton industry because Japan was taking over.’
65. ‘Notes from Underground is a new eye Weekly series in which local arts workers report on their experiences within the Toronto scene.’
66. ‘John Wilkes writes brilliantly in defence of press freedom to report on Parliament, only to be discredited by a dirty poem written as a young rake.’
67. ‘Hemingway, who had become a journalist before the war, married Elisabeth Hadley, and went to report on the war in Greece and Turkey.’
68. ‘I noticed in a recent issue of Newsweek Magazine that some editor decided to report on a conference where there was much trepidation about bloggers.’
69. ‘I also take on other stuff like writing articles, reporting on runway shows, talent scouting and consulting/working on other projects in fashion and art…’
70. ‘Sahafi is a journalist and self-proclaimed ‘speaker of the truth’, since he is working in Algiers and trying to report on corrupt officials this is not a pleasant job.’
71. ‘He interestingly elicits the languor and melancholy of Fowler, fusing this ennui with the action as Fowler journeys up-country to report on the vicious shooting war.’
72. ‘reporting on his own life as he used to report on the lives of others, Wiltfong will tell the story of how, as a student, he ran himself over with a car.’
73. ‘Mr. Peterside, I was in Kenya ten years ago to report on the African Trade and Opportunity Act, which has since passed.’
74. ‘Frankly, the fact that the New York Times made the effort to report on a movie star's religious convictions is a little disturbing.’
75. ‘Kidder had been sent to Haiti to report on American troops who were bracing the democratically elected government in the face of a powerful military junta.’
76. ‘Although not reported, the study's findings do not indicate high multicollinearity among cluster variates.’
77. ‘However, the captains of the detained ships have been reported as describing the US action as piracy.’
78. ‘Although sales fell a reported six percent during the most recent fiscal year, sources remain confident in the sustainability of the Kinkade brand.’
79. ‘True enough: except it was reported that David Benioff, author of both book and screenplay, omitted the scene from the script's first draft only for Lee to demand its reinstatement.’
80. ‘In fact, Grainge would love to get his hands on Williams, who recently signed a golden-handcuffs deal with EMI for a reported £40m.’
81. ‘The Communications Authority has called on the general public to make their complaints official by reporting them to the Authority.’
82. ‘Garnet was accused of knowing about the plot beforehand and not reporting it to the authorities. he was accused of Jesuitical equivocation.’
83. ‘A ferryman to whom they gave a silver 20-shilling piece decided they must be noblemen who were going to fight a duel abroad, and reported them to the authorities.’
84. ‘An entity's management should state in the financial statements which financial reporting framework they have chosen for preparation of the entity's financial statements.’
85. ‘The last requirement would be a formal reporting requirement on a periodic basis to the fund that can be compiled as feedback to the investors.’
86. ‘I recently lost my mobile phone and duly reported it missing.’
87. ‘Multitudes of people are still reported missing and unaccounted for.’
88. ‘Officials at Iveagh House in Dublin are combing through an inventory of the Irish whose families have reported them missing in America.’
89. ‘It is a mistake to try to persuade them with gifts: you simply have to discover how to manipulate them, to report them to a higher authority, someone higher up the line of unitary command.’
90. ‘The first suspect is usually the person reporting the crime’
91. ‘There have been many people reporting these issues but so far the company hasn't done anything about it as of yet.’
92. ‘Don't let embarrassment or fear keep you from reporting fraud or abuse to the appropriate authorities.’
93. ‘You can take a person's loot that you are not fairly entitled to, but you can not escape the fact that others may have witnessed you and reported you to the proper authorities.’
94. ‘Generally, accountants cannot report their clients to taxing authorities due to confidentiality and privacy legal issues.’
95. ‘Bogus offshore banking sites can threaten to report you to your tax authority if you question their methods.’
96. ‘He paid tribute to employees from various organisations who have been reporting cases of default to the Authority and other malpractices by their employers.’
97. ‘Himmelstoss reports him to the commander, Bertink, for insubordination.’
98. ‘There are unlikely to be any new revelations when it reports its third-quarter numbers on Tuesday.’
99. ‘As the Indigenous Peoples fought back, so the settlers in their reports to London had to play down the level of violence, for fear of scaring off potential investors and settlers.’
100. ‘Despite what appeared to be widespread support for the bills, they were reported out of committee unfavorably.’
101. ‘Historically, bills have been given a three-day delay in between the time the Rules Committee reports them out and the House takes them up; that requirement has been waived on numerous occasions in recent years.’
102. ‘That's very important to get that over with in August, to get back in September, have the relevant committees report the legislation out.’
103. ‘Johnson, as chair of the Public Works Committee, was instrumental in quickly reporting the bill out of his Committee to the Conference Committee.’
104. ‘President Bush had nominated Mr. Haynes to the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals, and the Senate Judiciary Committee had reported it out to the full Senate.’
105. ‘But Jennings wanted Spacek on the committee so that his criticisms would be channeled toward constructive change, and also that he would become a party to whatever reform was reported out of the committee.’
106. ‘Aside from the intrinsic dumbness of the bill itself, there is also the outrageous process by which it was reported out of the conference committee.’
107. ‘From 1959 to 1973, no reclamation project authorization, national park, or public land use policy became law until Wayne Aspinall reported it out from his House Interior Committee.’
108. ‘Finally he simply took refuge in his dressing room and refused to report for his next scene, announcing that he hated his wardrobe.’
109. ‘When 100 hopeful young boys report for training camp at the end of the summer, they think they are headed for the usual pre-season good time.’
110. ‘Within minutes, firefighters off shift and heading home were calling, reporting in and getting ready to go to work.’
111. ‘To shatter old work habits, he ordered that henceforth, every Samsung employee must report for work two hours early.’
112. ‘It has also been learned that the head of strategic development - suspended from duties pending the outcome of the inquiry into overcharging - has reported back for duty.’
113. ‘Bettye and Peggy had been told to run out and get something to eat and a quick rest before reporting back for duty.’
114. ‘It had nobody on the ground in Washington, networking with legislators and their staffs, listening to the gossip, shooting the breeze - and reporting back to base.’
115. ‘Granted a furlough in October, Wright returned home to his parents in Clayton County briefly before reporting back to the hospital on November 23.’
116. ‘Seward responds immediately, and reports to Holmwood.’
117. ‘Day-to-day activities varied from helping with the telephone and photocopying to reporting to her supervisor about on-going legislative committee hearings and her own bill-analysis research.’
118. ‘Analysts and investment bankers now must report to different supervisors, and they must be physically separated.’
119. ‘It gives the responsibility for command to an on-site manager, who reports to the emergency operations centre.’
120. ‘Each such division has its own functional subdivisions, and is directed by a middle manager, an employee, who supervises division operations and reports to corporate headquarters.’
121. ‘The engineer reports to the plant manager and the controller reports to the president.’
122. ‘Managers have far less power and fewer subordinates reporting to them.’
123. ‘And are we just supposed to sit there and say, come on, could you tell us who you're reporting to and expect them to respond?’
124. ‘You would be reporting to the Company Director and be solely responsible for all aspects of administering a network of 40 people or more.’
125. ‘He's now one of our top supervisors, with a whole department reporting to him.’
126. ‘The Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941 brought home to leaders in Congress and the executive branch the need for integrating departmental reports to national policymakers.’
127. ‘The on-site command staff reports to the emergency operations centre, which would relay incident information to the appropriate people, including elected officials and the news media.’
128. ‘Commander Cassis, Captain of USS Peacock, reporting to Washington, also praised Geary for his initiative and courage.’
129. ‘However one defines its official status, the report is to a considerable degree at variance with the picture of the Communist Party of the United States given by historians of the American left.’
130. ‘A good case can be made against foreign aid simply by perusing the official documents and reports published by government lending agencies themselves.’
131. ‘Unwanted annual reports and other shareholder documents may also bother you.’
132. ‘The six files on Kenwood also contain condition reports, annual accounts and minutes.’
133. ‘Little more than a week before the court was due to consider the matter, newspaper reports featured a rehash of allegations made against O'Leary and others during 1995.’
134. ‘In light of the new proposals, The Sunday Business Post examined the annual reports and accounts of a number of major charities and also looked at some high-profile smaller charities.’
135. ‘The memo was then added to the report as the documents I would be asked to identify to the Inquiry.’
136. ‘In 1969, there was even an official report recommending that Japan embark on a weapons programme.’
137. ‘In 1559, a Venetian government official transcribed a report by a Persian traveller who observed the popular Chinese pastime of drinking tea.’
138. ‘It doesn't matter if you're selling expensive photos for annual reports, cheeky babywear or a religion.’
139. ‘Confirmation of the shortcomings of annual reports comes from Merchant, a designer of such documents.’
140. ‘In accordance with its policy, the WHO does not compile its own findings from China, instead waiting for official Chinese reports.’
141. ‘The report documented why babies and children are uniquely vulnerable to fetal and developmental effects from exposure to certain pesticides.’
142. ‘The bulk of an analyst's work is contained in the body of the research report.’
143. ‘That year the first report documenting the violations of the freedom of the press is released.’
144. ‘I make a note for my official report that the presumption of innocence has yet again been violated.’
145. ‘No matter how often a vision is published in annual reports and advertisements, it seldom weathers a change in the market.’
146. ‘When reading the annual reports, spend more time in the footnotes than perusing the letters from president and portfolio manager.’
147. ‘Other companies have been known to give their shareholders small tokens of their appreciation along with their annual reports.’
148. ‘No one expects CEOs to deliver sermons rather than annual reports.’
149. ‘She has investigated the events, the media reports and testimony from victims of those attacks.’
150. ‘Media reports suggest Eircom does not intend to use the proceeds of any refinancing to repay equity.’
151. ‘Media reports at the time described Yeltsin as ‘a brash bear of a man from the Urals brought to Moscow to boost Gorbachev's reform efforts’.’
152. ‘On Thursday, six men (described in media reports as dissident republican suspects) were arrested in raids in England.’
153. ‘Silverstein would not be drawn on future applications for the search engine, but media reports have suggested that the company is working on a version of the browser for mobile phones.’
154. ‘Unconfirmed media reports have suggested Vivas will launch later this month, once it signs up AIB as a shareholder and obtains regulatory approval.’
155. ‘Media reports during the week suggested that Meteor was creating tension with Lucent by offering a tender for a second equipment provider.’
156. ‘The political background of the former lecturer in Marxist sociology was also more complex than the media reports suggested.’
157. ‘Media reports have suggested Vivendi was unhappy with the general level of offers and was hoping to push the bidders higher.’
158. ‘Many of Los Tigres's songs are inspired by events in newspaper reports, or stories passed on by fans.’
159. ‘‘When I look at the newspapers, reports from the media, it is rarely an issue in the Japanese media,’ he said.’
160. ‘A European Commission transport spokesman said the Commission had no intention of limiting the height of vehicles in member states, as suggested by some newspaper reports.’
161. ‘The pared-down macroeconomics chapters are far more in line with Bush administration thinking than press reports suggest.’
162. ‘According to US media reports, they are given sleeping pills on their return from flights, which the pilots call ‘no-go pills’.’
163. ‘Compare Bill's account of their removal from Palm Island with the voice over version from the media report of the time.’
164. ‘Conflicting reports in the U.S. media while top-notch intelligence and on the spot sources tell the story otherwise, are important to keep an eye on.’
165. ‘This is in addition to handling the media's economic news reports and requests for an analysis of the economic implications of recent events.’
166. ‘If her partner had suffered trial by media, in their reports about his being the prime suspect, his libel action allowed the papers the latitude to outline just why.’
167. ‘Damiano credits media reports on the many beneficial properties of tea are the primary reason for the increased demand.’
168. ‘There were also ‘friendly fire’ casualties to which many media reports made ongoing reference.’
169. ‘Teachers can enter progress reports for each student and print a summary progress report when desired.’
170. ‘The teacher completes a report and returns it to the student's school counselor at the end of each grading period.’
171. ‘Along the way, I must qualify extreme principles in various ways and then challenge my students with examinations and term paper reports about my lectures.’
172. ‘It is written in the books of St Xavier in Partibus that a report of Kim's progress was forwarded at the end of each term to Colonel Creighton and to Father Victor, from whose hands duly came the money for his schooling.’
173. ‘We never get a complete picture of Sayonara, merely a series of lively second-hand reports, which is very much the point - through these she achieves a mythical status.’
174. ‘According to recent reports, Attorney General Michael McDowell is examining legal options to tackle this growth industry.’
175. ‘It's been two years since we first began to hear reports of a promising new wave stirring in Thailand, a country whose cinematic past is almost completely unknown in the West.’
176. ‘The FFI scientists also heard reports of the existence of a seldom-seen large mammal related to goats or cattle and known to the local people as khting vor, the FFI said.’
177. ‘Of course, for auctioneers, word of mouth is a great form of gaining new business but there is no harm in background checks after you have heard favourable reports.’
178. ‘Ever hear the report of a lost tribe found in the rainforests of Brazil?’
179. ‘We're hearing reports from a lot of people in Houston, San Antonio and other places that they're happy there, they might not want to go back.’
180. ‘While in Britain, he said he had heard reports that assets ‘went missing all over the place’.’
181. ‘It was reported that Anne Heffernan had personally contacted the newspaper to complain about the story.’
182. ‘Their rifles made a common report, when, sinking on his wounded limb, part of the body of the savage came into view.’
183. the report of his speech
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