informing


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Synonyms for informing

to furnish incriminating evidence to an officer of the law (usually in return for favors)

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The first thing in the morning I sent a polite note to Gentleman Jones, informing him that I had abandoned all idea of exhibiting his likeness to the public in my series of prints, and giving him full permission to inspect every design I made before it went out of the prison.
The logical extension of the first statement above is that one of the primary purposes of a business school education is to correct misconceptions by informing students.
of the United Nations for decades--erecting billboards, informing the public, and (during the 1970s and '80s) collecting over 11 million signatures on petitions to Congress to terminate our UN membership.
These "social functions" are really about news portraying the world theatrically, rather than informing us objectively of facts.
She considered informing the students by including a section on the topic in the student handbook given to all students as they enrolled in the school.