Definition of At by Merriam-Webster

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Recent Examples on the Web: Preposition

Vaccines are mandatory for most on-campus students and staff at the University of the Virgin Islands as well., 15 Aug. 2021

Michael Osterholm, the director of the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy at the University of Minnesota, echoed that sentiment.

Aya Elamroussi, CNN, 15 Aug. 2021

Hunter, now a sophomore at Oregon State University, learned about Jacoby’s death this weekend from a former teammate, and then received a call 15 minutes later from his former coach.

oregonlive, 15 Aug. 2021

Extreme weather events, including heat waves, are driven by a complex mix of atmospheric processes and can vary from year to year, but climate change helps amplify the threats, said Philip Mote, a climate scientist at Oregon State University.

NBC News, 15 Aug. 2021

Of the 2,501 women who attended the first round of Open House events for Fall 2021 Primary Recruitment at the University of Alabama, 92 percent (2,307 women) received bids from the 17 Panhellenic sororities that participated in recruitment.

Ben Flanagan |, al, 15 Aug. 2021

Cameron was a sprinter at the University of Houston from 2013 to 2018.

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Naledi Ushe,, 14 Aug. 2021

Plumb, who is also an associate professor of pediatrics at the University of Utah, estimated that without the lifesaving naloxone on hand, hundreds of reversals every year would end in death.

Arkansas Online, 14 Aug. 2021

Carlos Ramirez-Rosa, 35th, Bryan Bautista of the Chicago Department of Public Health and Cynthia Ledesma, a doctoral candidate at the University of California, Berkeley.

Laura Rodríguez Presa,, 14 Aug. 2021

Recent Examples on the Web: Noun

His 22 hits this month match his output from June in just over half the at-bats.

Mike Mavredakis,, 19 July 2021

Those who want their Ryzen 5000 CPU in a stylish, lightweight package should add HP’s new Pavilion Aero 13 to their look-at list.

Gordon Mah Ung, PCWorld, 29 June 2021

His first and second at-bats in Thursday’s early game produced a 105.1 mph exit velocity (line out to shortstop) and 108.7 mph exit velocity (double), respectively.

Evan Petzold, Detroit Free Press, 29 Apr. 2021

Singer hired Gelbman for the at-will position, but Sheen terminated his employment a month later, the documents state, prompting the mayoral candidate’s lawsuit.

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Anna Caplan, Dallas News, 27 Apr. 2021

All the at-bats in that inning to get me into that situation really speaks a lot of our team there.

James Crepea | The Oregonian/oregonlive, oregonlive, 24 Apr. 2021

In addition, the at-will employee structure lends to adjuncts’ disposability.

Janice Gassam Asare, Forbes, 26 Feb. 2021

Low-level employees bear the brunt of the at-will doctrine, here in Minnesota and elsewhere, especially during the pandemic, as furloughs, layoffs and job terminations have moved them from the workplace into the ranks of the unemployed.

Star Tribune, 17 Jan. 2021

This is because every state except Montana is an at-will state, meaning employers can fire workers for any reason that isn’t protected by anti-discrimination provisions or other exceptions.

Robert Kuznia, CNN, 11 Sep. 2020

These example sentences are selected automatically from various online news sources to reflect current usage of the word ‘at.’ Views expressed in the examples do not represent the opinion of Merriam-Webster or its editors. Send us feedback.

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