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  • First: "Mission Accomplished" is the impression I received also.

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  • Chilliest, Attorney-at-Law and Tom Martin Accomplished Artist & the Best Bartender from Here to New Mexico

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  • 'Accomplished' might be a good word--without resorting to flowery and interminable description, Arthur & George is an impressive and convincing recreation of its era.

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  • The someone can write "Accomplished" on her Facebook page like these pond scum did with Phoebe.

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  • Several years ago, as the Pentagon wandered into a full scale shooting war against insurgents in Iraq -- just weeks after it had "Accomplished" the "Mission" of beating Saddam Hussein's Iraqi Army -- U.S. forces were flummoxed by improvised explosive devices (IEDs).

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  • "Accomplished" implies that you actively participated in endeavors and didn't just sit back while experiences were "sprinkled" on you.

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  • Because Dick and George had not "Accomplished" anything but a photo op!

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  • "" It's like when Bush insisted that the mission in Iraq was "Accomplished".

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  • It's like when Bush insisted that the mission in Iraq was "Accomplished".

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