Encouraged [adjective]

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Due to the pandemic crisis, shopping may look a little diffrent this year and online browsing is encouraged to avoid large crowds.

One good thing about the pandemic is people have been at home clearing out their stuff, so we’re seeing a lot of donations, and we’re encouraging people to come buy local.

Children older than 2 are strongly encouraged to wear a face covering when possible.

“I would encourage all of you to go home and actually read Alexander Hamilton’s Federalist 68,” Ellis said at the lectern.

I encourage my young grands to play with modeling clay and to use scissors.

As a teenager, he did that through starting an underground newspaper and designing signage aimed at encouraging people to help the environment.

Fortune has teamed up with Refinitiv, one of the world’s largest providers of financial markets data and insights, to launch Measure Up, an initiative to encourage companies to self-report their racial and ethnic diversity data.

We are encouraged by the growing dialogue surrounding health equity.

The HHS encourages nursing homes that can’t get access to PCR tests to use antigen tests, even on asymptomatic people.

Despite the ongoing financial losses, there were encouraging trends for DoorDash’s business.