How to use Delphi in a sentence
For example, the Delphi team found that trust in vaccines varied geographically.The US is about to reach a surprise milestone: too many vaccines, not enough takers | Lindsay Muscato | March 22, 2021 | MIT Technology Review
The Delphi researchers collected the data via a large-scale survey that it has been operating through Facebook since April 2019.
As part of the funding, former BMW director Peter Schwarzenbacher and former Delphi executive James Zizelman will be taking seats on the company’s board of directors.Approaching commercialization for its autonomous radar nav system, Lunewave raises $7 million | Jonathan Shieber | November 23, 2020 | TechCrunch
The answers are then sent directly to Delphi without the company ever viewing them.Ideas wanted: Help make the world’s biggest covid-19 symptom database useful | Karen Hao | September 3, 2020 | MIT Technology Review
Not surprisingly, Delphi hit the wall early, entering Chapter 11 in the fall of 2005.
The second, a riff on the classical injunction from the Temple of Apollo at Delphi, is “Know thy ancestors, know thyself.”Henry Louis Gates, Jr. Reveals Rick Warren’s Slave-Holding Ancestors | Matthew DeLuca | April 15, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
Of the discovery made at Delphi, after most of this book was in type, I hope to say something in the Appendix.The Modes of Ancient Greek Music | David Binning Monro
The most famous of these was at Delphi, built over an opening in the ground, whence a strange vapor rose.Greek Sculpture | Estelle M. Hurll
In this perplexity the Spartans sent to the oracle at Delphi to know what they were to do.Xerxes | Jacob Abbott
The stone which Cronus swallowed in mistake for Zeus was honoured at Delphi, and kept warm with wool wrappings.Myth, Ritual, and Religion, Vol. 1 | Andrew Lang
The priestess at Delphi in her moment of inspiration declared that she knew the number of the sands.The Hills and the Vale | Richard Jefferies
British Dictionary definitions for Delphi
an ancient Greek city on the S slopes of Mount Parnassus: site of the most famous oracle of Apollo
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