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Examples of “announced”

These examples of announced are from the Cambridge English Corpus and from sources on the web. In English, many past and present participles of verbs can be used as adjectives. Some of these examples may show the adjective use.

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There was both relief and enthusiasm among the profession when an international architectural competition was announced.
Doors and windows celebrated this figurative distinction as a threshold, announced by decoration, so that the hole punctured in the solid wall became a focus of architectural meaning.
However, it will not be announced in the most general periodic setting.
The same result has already been announced but with far more technical proof.
In areas where allocations are announced annually, as a per centage of water rights, it is important that the process of determining the allocation is transparent.
A series of changes and additions will be announced throughout 1995 as we further develop and implement our strategy for meeting the ambitious goals set out in our first issue.
First, the timing of the strike must be announced in advance so that the public's need for making alternative arrangements can be anticipated.
Instead, she announced the 'short, sharp shock,' ditching the indigestible, technical verbosity of civil servants in favor of a register which would appeal to tabloid editors and readers - anywhere.
Similar but less detailed results were later announced in.
An analogous result was announced in and never published.
The first tranche of disc publications announced included the following.
At the time of writing, a further 22 titles have been announced for autumn 1991 and spring 1992.
State hegemony has been partial and elusive: policies may be announced but hardly imposed ; they may produce resistance when intended to induce consent (paradox, contradiction).