"H'm!--no, I'm not afraid of that, you see; I have to announce you, that's all.
"Now how on earth am I to announce a man like that?" muttered the servant.
All you have to do is to announce me as Prince Muishkin, and the object of my visit will be plain enough.
In either case, how was he to announce this singular visitor?
I can't announce a visitor like yourself without the secretary.
When they announce the sentence, you know, and prepare the criminal and tie his hands, and cart him off to the scaffold--that's the fearful part of the business.
"Sir," said Chatillon, "if you bring bad tidings it will be cruel in you to announce
them to the queen."
"Usher," interposed the cardinal, aloud, "announce Master Jacques Coppenole, clerk of the aldermen of the illustrious city of Ghent."
He bent towards his neighbor, the Abbé of Saint Geneviéve, and said to him in a low tone,--"Fine ambassadors monsieur the archduke sends here, to announce to us Madame Marguerite!"
Commenting on these financial results Rashid Mansur, CEO JSIL said "I am extremely pleased to announce
this year's financial results, which are a reflection of the determination of the management to create sustainable value for its investors and efforts of each of my colleagues; by managing investments with prudence and with the aim to provide consistent and competitive returns.
Pakistan's Prime Minister, Shaukat Aziz, addressed a ballroom full of politicians, diplomats, tourism officials and press, including Travel Agent, on Thursday in New York City to announce
Visit Pakistan Year 2007, a multi-country tourism marketing campaign.
Bush calls a press conference to announce
his support for the Federal Marriage Amendment, which would not only deny marriage to gay couples but could also prevent any state legislature or electorate from ever voting to pass their own state's domestic-partnership, civil union, or marriage laws.
In Ohio, Titan believes it is near finalization of its clean air permit with that state, and hopes that it will be able to announce
the permit has been issued and they can begin the next phase of plans for the licensing and construction of a plant in Ohio.
January 1987: Falwell holds a Washington news conference to announce
that he is changing the name of the Moral Majority to the Liberty Foundation.
She did away with the company's hierarchy, claiming that "soloists are soloists; they don't need to announce
it." She is determined to create a tight company.