Example sentences for: oversaw

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

  • The Washington Post runs as its off-lead a story nobody else fronts--the comment by the federal judge who oversaw the Paula Jones lawsuit that she will explore the possibility of imposing civil sanctions against President Clinton for providing misleading testimony about his affair with Monica Lewinsky in the case.

  • Drake University ended its funding after the 2000 spring semester "for a variety of reasons," Suzanne Levitt, the law professor who oversaw the program, said via e-mail.

  • AL oversaw the work of RS.

  • CKZ conceived of the study, directed and oversaw the project, participated in its design, and reviewed the manuscript.

  • Anne H. Soukhanov, who oversaw the most recent (third) edition of the American Heritage Dictionary and is now the North American editor of the Encarta World English Dictionary , recalls coming across the word these days mostly in speech, "especially in sardonic and sarcastic replies to negative-context statements such as 'Dad, I just wrecked your new car' or 'This to inform you that the IRS has targeted you for a 10 year audit,' where its use as an interjectional reply parallels similar use of standard terms like 'beautiful,' 'terrific,' or 'great.


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