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

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Examples

  • : The "3 a.m." phone call barged back into the presidential campaign, with Hillary Rodham Clinton launching a television ad that questions Republican John McCain's readiness to deal with an economic crisis.

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  • They said a gang called the "Asian Invasion" was behind a campaign of bullying at the school, and demanded security guards to protect pupils. "and that" Patrick said a fight had been arranged after Henry "barged" into a group of Asian boys in a school corridor.

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  • Mr Patrick said a fight was arranged in January last year, after Henry had "barged" into a group of boys in a school corridor.

    Archive 2008-01-01

  • Patrick said a fight had been arranged after Henry "barged" into a group of Asian boys in a school corridor.

    Archive 2008-01-01

  • McIntyre said the boy and two of his friends "barged" into her flat one night and wouldn't leave her alone.

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  • Mr Carroll said that he could not remember what Mr Nolan said after that, but it sent the accused into "a fit of rage" and he "barged" through him, stabbing him in the process, in an effort to get to Alan.

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  • I didn't see who it was that barged into my dressing room but I told them to get out – and that may be a euphemism for what I actually said.

    Leicester City 2-2 Middlesbrough | Championship match report

  • Pearson alleged that Ward barged into Leicester's dressing room towards the end of the interval as he was talking to his players.

    Leicester City 2-2 Middlesbrough | Championship match report

  • Tuilagi got to his feet to make a point, Courtney Lawes barged in and as several players arrived, Wood punched Murphy, who retaliated and it took 30 seconds for the officials to assert control.

    Northampton and Leicester punch drunk as the bad blood remains

  • It is also not clear how Bin Laden, who was cornered in a third-floor room now marked by a shattered windowpane, resisted as the US soldiers barged into his room.

    Osama bin Laden's last hours come into focus as White House revises its story

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