Example sentences for: airwaves

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

  • Moyers' defenders say that television has enough strife elsewhere (very little of it illuminating) and that it's important that the airwaves offer a civil forum like Moyers'.

  • Among the piecemeal efforts the Times lauds are insuring overnight hospital stays for new mothers, school uniforms, cell phones for citizen neighborhood patrols, keeping liquor ads off the airwaves, restricting tobacco sales, creating a national registry for sex offenders, and suspending the driver's licenses of deadbeat dads.

  • "There is a common drum beat on the airwaves," a reporter asked Clinton on April 15, "that you, personally, lack the moral authority to be commander in chief."

  • This assures compliance with Federal Communications Commission rules designed to secure equal access to public airwaves.

  • The only thing worse than a cacophony of special interests plastering their views all over the nation's airwaves and legislation is a single special interest that owns the ballot box--and knows how to make itself invisible.


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