Example sentences for: delegates

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

  • While it is entirely appropriate that international delegates should be treated to a high standard of accommodation and dining and receive some token gifts, it said, "the test, surely, is whether those giving or receiving the gifts would want it publicly known."

  • ’s great historic moment came in 1864, when its capital, Charlottetown, hosted a meeting of Maritime leaders with delegates from Ontario and Québec to chart the path to Canada’s federal status as a united dominion.

  • Albanian delegates, on the other hand, pledged at the last minute to sign the proposed peace agreement--they will finalize their decision after consulting with advisers back home.

  • The WP touches on the fact that the WTO situation was a blow for the president, but focuses on why the negotiations bombed--labor leaders, environmentalists and human rights activists credited their protests; trade ministers said it was the sheer complexity of issues coupled with delegates' unwillingness to compromise.

  • "The Internet has been a tremendous asset to us, the overwhelming majority of people that will end up being McCain delegates [from New York] came to us through the Internet."


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