apprise (one) of

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apprise (one) of

To inform one. The phrase can be used with or without a noun between "apprise" and "of." Has anyone apprised him of the new policy outlined in the meeting? Please keep me apprised of any changes.
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apprise someone of something

to inform someone of something. I hope you will apprise me of any change. Have you been apprised of the new rule?
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"He ought to apprise us of the measures taken by the government [to being home Musharraf]," CJP said.Justice Khosa also reiterated his resolve to wrap up unimportant cases" and said that the number of pending cases had reduced by 2,000 over the past one and a half month.
'The nation should apprise us of their thoughts on this proposal,' he said.
'The team will not only apprise us of public problems but will also guide us to their solutions,' he stated, and adding that the team would comprise individuals passionate about serving people.
'If he is in town, ask him to appear before the court to apprise us of his performance,' he added.
'Faisal Hasnain was in Lahore sometime back to apprise us of the serious problems faced by his board while indicating that the series is in jeopardy.
We emphasized that if he had information that he did not want shared, he should apprise us of that fact before disclosing the information so that we could determine how to proceed.
Apprise us of the total amount of the commission paid and tax impact on these transactions,` said the SBP letter.
The responsibility lies with interior ministry that it should apprise us of people who were involved in such activities, which were incompatible with their duties.
Thomas in his presentation of the subject and failed to apprise us of the earlier article.
He was calling local media to apprise us of what was happening.
''We can state our position clearly only after the Norwegians meet the Sri Lankan government and apprise us of its (Colombo's) real stand (regarding the resumption of peace talks),'' LTTE political boss S.P.