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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of accord.

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Examples

  • The second is "world's fastest human" (or woman), the title accorded the current world record holder, Tim Montgomery.

    Starr Gazing: A Heavyweight Affair

  • The title accorded her seemed disagreeably like the first slight scar of a brand, and she thought of Owen's prophecy.

    Desperate Remedies

  • This was the title accorded to her by common consent, and though at that time she had passed the allotted term of three-score years and ten, she was an active woman -- a matron among a thousand, a friend of everybody, and everybody's friend.

    Country Life in Canada Fifty Years Ago Personal recollections and reminiscences of a sexagenarian

  • The University is classified by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching as a research university with very high research activity -- a designation accorded fewer than 3 percent of U.S. colleges and universities.

  • "We Iraqis are delighted at the return of Sayyed and leader Moqtada al-Sadr, above all because he is now part of the political process," said Sadr City resident Salih al-Daraji, giving Sadr the title accorded in the Islamic world to descendants of the Prophet

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  • _ A title accorded to men distinguished for learning and authorized to teach the Law.

    The Promised Land

  • Lockheed officials said the buyout offer had been extended to vice presidents as well as directors, a title accorded to many program managers and department heads.

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  • Emir/Ameer: A title accorded to a leader, prince, or commander-in-chief.

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  • This was the title accorded to her by common consent, and though at that time she had passed the allotted term of three-score years and ten, she was an active woman ” a matron among a thousand, a friend of everybody, and everybody's friend.

    Life in Canada Fifty Years Ago

  • That could possibly be the REALITY of his problem since he's lost track of his original ethos of returning political power to the grassroots people of Venezuela and a party political machinery has been installed that is quickly leading both him and his country up the garden path to the very dictatorship he has so ardently sought to avoid despite the labels accorded to him by ill-wishers within the Washington Beltway.

    "Chavez doesn't even rise to the status of 'dictator' ... he's now exposed his nature to be that of a common thug!"

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