Hosting [verb]

Definition of Hosting:

entertain, accommodate

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There are a host of enzymes dedicated to RNA’s destruction floating around inside cells and nearly everywhere else.

On the show this week, Lewis along with fellow hosts Andrew Keatts and Sara Libby, reviewed Faulconer’s flirtation with a run for governor and how that may match up with trends in his political career of being the No.

Ezra Klein, who rose to prominence as a policy blogger, including at The Washington Post, will become a columnist and podcast host at the Times, he said on Friday.

Slack CEO Stewart Butterfield joins a host of other leaders of companies that have benefitted from some of the changes to business wrought by the pandemic.

Yalitza Aparicio made her hosting debutThe awards show had a couple of host shake-ups in the days leading up to the ceremony.

We are then uncertain about whether we should also join in the email chain of thanks, knowing that we've already sent a note to the host through the mail.

Even so, 2020 will still receive a proper farewell with hosts, performances and, of course, the ball drop 10, 9, 8 seconds before midnight.

Guests and hosts should monitor for symptoms of the coronavirus, such as fever, cough, or shortness of breath.

In its filing, Airbnb included a lengthy list of business risks—particularly whether hosts and guests remain on the service through the pandemic.

We will all get lifetime immunity not by having a perfect vaccine, but by vaccinating so many of us that the virus has no hosts and fades away.