Example sentences for: deemed

How can you use “deemed” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • St. Johns law professor and Sunday poet Lawrence Joseph's anthology of conversations with New York attorneys is deemed humorous but "pointless" (Rob Long, the Weekly Standard ). Reviewers say Joseph is "good at catching the way people talk" (Christopher Lehman-Haupt, the New York Times ) and his characters "are first cousins to David Mamet's or Eric Bogosian's ranters" (Philip Lopate, Esquire ). But beneath the froth the book offers little insight into the way lawyers work, Long says; it's really about "what colorful New Yorkers talk about when they're trying to be colorful."

  • Moreover, if it is deemed advisable to have the names in alphabetical order to make it easy to find a given street, it would be a simple matter to put Karachi Street between Istanbul and Lisbon Streets, Bach Boulevard between Jerusalem and Copland Boulevards followed by Debussy .

  • Wackiest detail reported by the Times : "Because Long's doctor deemed such a move 'risky,' state officials used an airplane staffed by medical personnel to ensure that he arrived in good health after the 25-minute trip."

  • An ex-CIA agent's thriller about a skirt-chasing spy's ascent to the presidency is deemed "Primary Colors written with imagination" (Christopher Lehmann-Haupt, the New York Times ). Although critics praise McCarry's entertaining prose and quirky characters, they focus more on the similarities between the sexaholic protagonist and Bill Clinton.

  • Because SAWS and H-2A workers were deemed to be permanent resident aliens, they became subject to the presence requirement in the Corporation's appropriations act.


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