Example sentences for: deploying

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

  • Any serious policy examination of a suicide hijacking scenario, critiquing each of the layers of the security system, could have suggested changes to fix glaring vulnerabilities-expanding no-fly lists, searching passengers identified by the CAPPS screening system, deploying Federal Air Marshals domestically, hardening cockpit doors, alerting air crew to a different kind of hijacking than what they had been trained to expect, or adjusting the training of controllers and managers in the FAA and NORAD.

  • More dampeningly still, the Daily Telegraph of London led Monday with the news that British Prime Minister Tony Blair, currently the most hawkish of the NATO leaders, failed to sway his allies in favor of deploying ground troops.

  • As the former Carter speechwriter James Fallows* famously observed in an Atlantic Monthly article, "The Passionless Presidency," Carter had a habit of deploying his intelligence toward pathetically small matters like deciding who could use the White House tennis court.

  • Plaudits go to rookie British director Richard Kwietniowski for deploying "exactly calibrated bursts of dry wit" (Kenneth Turan, the Los Angeles Times ). But the highest praise goes to character actor John Hurt's wry depiction of the writer.

  • While the Clinton administration has not committed to deploying a national anti-missile shield, under pressure from the GOP (national missile defense was a tenet of the "Contract With America"), it has promised to accelerate testing.


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