Encouraging [adjective]

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Relatedly, Fischer said that officers would also be “encouraged” to volunteer at least two hours during the workday per pay period in the community they serve.

Hundreds tuned in live on Thursday evening to watch Drag Out the Vote’s latest event to encourage LGBTQ people across the country to vote in upcoming elections.

We appreciate the researcher reporting this issue to us so that we could fix it, and we encourage all of our users to download the latest version of the app.

At the Principles for Responsible Investment, a UN-supported initiative of over 3,000 investors worldwide with more than $100 trillion in assets, we not only welcome this scrutiny—we encourage it.

That doesn’t present the same value of place as encouraging diversity in the fermentation in the place that the grapes were grown.

Her Stryker family supported her and encouraged her during her time on the front lines.

That means we’re either investing in the platforms themselves or thinking about how are ads, whether online or offline, can be used to encourage someone to shop online — even from our own stores.

So whether you book your trip in the months or years ahead, we encourage you to plan a visit only when it’s safe for these destinations to receive visitors again.

It encourages the reader to ask “why” to challenge their motivations for doing something.

It encourages doctors and nurses to inoculate their patients without fear of a malpractice suit.