Example sentences for: diana

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

  • I know, we do this all the time, we did it when Diana died, and we will surely do it again--but it seems mysterious to me that in the first year post-Monica, when so many reporters looked back in embarrassment and agreed that events and group-think had sucked us into dreadful vacuous coverage from which we felt unable to extricate ourselves, the same blind terror of losing audience share could have overtaken assignment editors again.

  • The papers generally agree on what was most noteworthy about the day's events in London: that the outpouring of English public emotion hadn't been matched since the end of World War II, that, with its engaged participation in the ceremonies, the royal family seemed to bounce back into public favor, and that Diana's brother's remarks were probably among the most frank ever made inside Westminster Abbey.

  • With the Princess Diana museum reopening Thursday, her birthday, for its second summer season at Althorp, her family home in England, the Daily Telegraph reported that some 25,000 tickets still remain unsold, whereas last year all 150,000 tickets were snatched up before opening day.

  • Goodwin said that as long as the public's hunger for a national purpose and community goes unfed by Washington, they will turn to tabloid tales--Diana's death, the nanny case, the murder of Gianni Versace--for meaning and civic involvement.

  • Much of the continuing Diana coverage is spinning off into the realm of meta- and meta-meta-pieces.


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