- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of attend.
“McCain attends HIS reunion, so he is not impressed with those seeing Joe Galloway at reunions.”
“His brother Carlos, who runs the computer lab at the university where Nery attends, is also an intern at a commercial computer service company.”
“Make sure that everyone who attends is required to sign in.”
“My doctor, otoh, also attends, is very enthusiastic and is the leader of a house group – where, according to him, some of the pastoring takes place.”
“So foon as the horfe is in this ftate a fympto - matic fever attends, which is to be underftood no more than a degree of febrile heat, or irri - tabihty dependent on the original caufe, which gradually ceafes as the primary difeafe is found to decline.”
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“Then he says, "I went to get horses with all possible dispatch; he told the two postillions he would give them a Napoleon each;" and that description of coin attends him throughout, nor does it quit him to the last, for in the very desk when he is taken up in Scotland, there were found Napoleons tallying with these; therefore the proof in this particular is dovetailed and closed in, beyond any thing I almost ever saw in a court of justice.”
The Trial of Charles Random de Berenger, Sir Thomas Cochrane, commonly called Lord Cochrane, the Hon. Andrew Cochrane Johnstone, Richard Gathorne Butt, Ralph Sandom, Alexander M'Rae, John Peter Holloway, and Henry Lyte for A Conspiracy In the Court of King's Bench, Guildhall, on Wednesday the 8th, and Thursday the 9th of June, 1814
“But as Europe minister she only "attends" Cabinet, so "Cabinet minister" implies someone higher up the political food chain.”
“Now, I don't pretend ever be able to understand Capitalism or Socialism or Pop Teenage Vampirism enough to converse about it with any pimply poly-sci major who "attends" an online community college (well, I do pretend, which allows me to sidestep needless study and avoid all possible profundity) but isn't it apparent that whatever Karl "Birth" Marx warned about in his infamous manifesto has come to pass?”
“And let the governor, the king of an entertainments propose some pleasant reward for any one that introduceth inoffensive merriment, profitable delight and laughter, not such as attends scoffs and abusive jests, but kindness, pleasant humor, and goodwill; for these matters not being well looked after and observed spoil and ruin most of our entertainments.”
“Concussion, such as attends hard driving, especially in unshod horses or on rough and hard roads, is often succeeded by this affection.”
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