You are putting our progress at risk.
Well frankly, we're all putting on a performance.
“Him doing these videos, he’s putting himself out there.
"It's just putting on a face, putting on a mask."
"Remember, they are putting other people at risk.
Keith, the club pro said: "Your guests have arrived, they're on the putting green."
Putting on a show can also help little ones to expend energy and stave off boredom.
Given that McCain is no longer with us, is there anyone on the political scene that you see putting forward these ideas?
Moreover, he says, a higher interest rate on deposits would boost domestic demand, by putting more money into savers' pockets.
On April 28, likely Republican voters gave a median response of 78 days until reopening, putting a return to normalcy in mid-July.
Others that have run into trouble recently include Debenhams, which last month said it would cease trading putting 12,000 jobs at risk.
Putting a spin on the usual afternoon tea, The Strings Hotel Tokyo Intercontinental is putting on a strawberry dim sum feast instead.
To properly make use of the benefits of BRT, London will have to ban cars from some lanes or roads; putting people first means putting buses first.
Think about it - tidying is never fun, and if your mess is getting in the way of you getting work done, then by putting off tidying, you might be putting off work too.
Saying it's risky, putting a big label on the package, having documentaries about cancer, or even putting big tobacco companies on trial didn't significantly change the percentage of smokers.
Putting all of that technology into something small enough, light enough that she could wear without it being an annoyance took several iterations of taking that technology and putting it down.
The Residential Landlords Association says that improved affordability for those renting privately is a sign that the lettings market is working well, but it argues that tax changes are putting off some landlords from investing, and putting continued affordability levels at risk.
"I truly believe that if you're putting workers in harm's way, which essentially you are, by putting them in a quarantine hotel, and exposing them to people potentially with Covid-19, that there's a duty of care that those people have the highest possible protection from infection."
“Oxfam is committed to putting in place a number of wide-sweeping initiatives to improve its global safeguarding policies and practices, including the establishment of an independent Commission and putting more staff and resources into its safeguarding teams,” Oxfam said in a statement.
As James Grant, social media and digital inclusion officer at the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, says: "You're putting forward people in the highest positions, and you're putting them out there so people can actually contact them easily, and in a way that they can reasonably expect a response."
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