Example sentences for: anchors

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

  • Each week, dozens of government officials, foreign leaders, experts, journalists, and voluble wonks descend upon the NewsHour 's suburban Washington studios for mild chat with the anchors about genocide and tax policy and abortion and air-traffic safety and other topics of the day.

  • News anchors responded to these clumsy tactics by turning to other guests and changing the subject.

  • Not the aeronautics Or explosive experts; not the anchors Paid too much to tell us; and most Terribly, not the relatives who watch On Time switch to Canceled on the monitors.

  • CNNfn and its more appealing counterpart CNBC (more anchors who look like Harrison Ford, more hints of futility and world weariness, fewer catchy names for segments--I believe CNNfn has something called "Margin Monkeys") are the ESPN of business news for an audience that watches the economy as if it were sports.

  • Well in advance of the mobs of reporters, editors, film crews, radio disc jockeys, news anchors, and photographers now descending on the territory to cover the July 1 transfer of power--8,400 at last count--the press handlers in the Hong Kong government wisely assembled mounds of prepackaged material.

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