- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of circulate.
“My guess is Palin circulates this hatchet job and raises a fortune.”
“But it never ceases to amaze me (call me naïve) how this flattering label circulates uncorrected.”
“Around the studio, word circulates that directors Ron Clements and John Musker again residing on the third floor will be directing a hand-drawn short on the way up the ramp to a new, hand-drawn feature.”
“At WDFA, word circulates that Clements and Musker will direct a new hand-drawn feature...”
“On the industry-buzz front, word circulates among some CGI artists and TDs that Sony Pictures Imageworks the Sony entity that produces Sony Pictures Animation's animated features, will be hiring some staff in March, around the time that Disney Feature Animation is slated to lay off a number of CGI animators, artists and TDs.”
“Anyway, the wheels are off now, the gears are grinding, and as the latest out-there memo revealing the plans for more soaring rhetoric, more touchy-feely/heroic photo calls circulates, bloggers' teeth start to gnash.”
“You know how word circulates in any set of offices.”
“This bullion, as it circulates among different commercial countries in the same manner as the national coin circulates in every particular country, may be considered as the money of the great mercantile republic.”
“This coinage circulates among all the tribes of the Vril-ya.”
“BEIJING - Chinese authorities are detaining activists as a call circulates for people to gather Sunday in 13 cities for a "Jasmine Revolution.”
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