She will lead a team to create and commission original reporting and major interviews for all ABC News programs and platforms.
Purses, platforms, and "mankles" strutted down the runway at the designer's men's show.
But it regards these as platforms -- as the beginning, not the end of the process.
The platforms are very long, very narrow, and generally deserted.
We will continue to see David report from all over the world, contributing to all programs and platforms of ABC News.
Tree arbors were in use in Elizabethan times, platforms built in the branches of large trees.
The greetings of friends on the platforms at the different stations only made him sigh.
The drillers were protected while at work by platforms of timber built out from the floors of the compartments above.
The other platforms were occasionally dropping them: I had been too hasty, too prodigal.
Their platforms in some cases demanded a speedy return to specie payment.
1540s, "plan of action, scheme, design," from Middle French plateforme, platte fourme, literally "flat form," from Old French plat "flat" (see plateau (n.)) + forme "form" (see form (n.)). The literal sense of "raised, level surface" in English is first recorded 1550s. Political meaning, "statement of party policies," is from 1803, probably originally an image of a literal platform on which politicians gather, stand, and make their appeals, perhaps influenced by earlier sense of "set of rules governing church doctrine" (first attested 1570s). Railroad station sense is from 1838.
A political party's or candidate's written statement of principles and plans. A platform is usually developed by a committee at the party convention during a presidential campaign.
Shoes with extremely thick soles and heels
[1970s+; in the sense ''very thick soles,'' found by 1945]