apprize


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Synonyms for apprize

inform (somebody) of something

make aware of

increase the value of

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I hasten to apprize Tour Excellency of the capture of this very important Post--2,500 troops have this day surrendered Prisoners of war, and about 25 pieces of Ordnance have been taken, without the sacrifice of a drop of British blood.
I talk about that because I think it's really important to understand that the defenders are uniquely situated to apprize everybody, to really understand and to apprize all the other members of the criminal justice system of what it is that our clients need.
The inmate had asserted that the misbehavior report that notified him of the charges against him should have indicated the basis of knowledge or veracity of confidential informants who provided information, but the court held that such information was not necessary to apprize the inmate of the nature of the charges against him.
Apprize will help accelerate this growth by offering a limitless M2M software solution that can be implemented across a variety of industries such as telemedicine, energy management, environmental, security and more.
As to the opium, I have no objection to see a picture of that, though I would rather see the original', you may paint it, if you choose, but I apprize [sic] you, that no 'little' receptacle would, even in 1816, answer my purpose.
The reports attributed poor procedural controls to the failure to timely apprize Grant Thornton of the corporate actions and misstatements related to the options in two separate 10-Q Quarterly Reports submitted to the SEC.
If PTI had an alternate economic strategy that could result in lowering of prices it should first implement it in KPK and apprize the federal government with it too, he said.