Example sentences for: advocating

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

  • As the NYT notes today, the Clinton administration's public position advocating unconditional access inside Iraq for U.N. weapons inspectors has been palpably softening--to the point, where, in the words of the Times lead editorial, it's as if the White House no longer cared about Iraq's chemical, biological and nuclear status.

  • In the mid-'60s, when the integrationist ideal reached its peak, the black-power wing of the civil-rights movement grew by advocating black self-determination--the establishment of exclusively black schools and a self-sustaining black economy.

  • A letter to the NYT from a woman reader rejects the use of the term "chairman" by women as part of their job titles, advocating instead "chairperson."

  • In its editorial advocating that the DOJ and FBI abandon their current policy against the use of computer encryption technology the feds are not at least indirectly privy to, the NYT explains President Clinton's failure to oppose this law enforcement stance thusly: "[S]ince Attorney General Janet Reno has protected Mr. Clinton from an independent counsel on campaign finance, the White House is said to be loath to oppose either her or Louis Freeh, the F.B.I.

  • "I'm not advocating more government or Big Brother in Washington trying to solve the problem," he said.


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