- v. Simple past tense and past participle of archive.
- adj. having been placed into an archive
“If you choose to remove your User Content, the license granted above will automatically expire, however you acknowledge that the Company may retain archived copies of your User Content.”
“As for archived data, there is little to no value in archived data for its account holders, yes.”
“I'd like to see Esquire, The Atlantic, and Scientific American in archived volumes.”
“The signal, which was buried in archived studies of a pair of small nearby galaxies called the Magellanic Clouds, was extremely strong and so oddly skewed that scientists believe it emanated from a cosmic event that took place about three billion light-years from Earth.”
“Oral arguments archived from the live webcast will be available here”
“Twitter’s weakness is that value is only gained through frequent usage, and there’s little to no value in archived data.”
“As for "prematurely" archived, that is a pretty subjective statement you made.”
“So I am going to re-post what I wrote about an hour ago, in a thread beginning to look at Hillary's actual record, but which is now, an hour later, 'archived'.”
“The banks have insisted – wrongly – that the legislation does not cover information that they have "archived".”
“The Abbey wrote back insisting that as the information had been "archived" and could not be printed out.”
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