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

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Examples

  • Three years ago when we finally found out the amazing secret behind the Nintendo Wii (then known as the codenamed Revolution)

    Press The Buttons

  • Adding to the intrigue, in December, 2007, Narco News reported that according to DEA officials who spoke on the condition of anonymity, the crashed Gulfstream II jet "was part of an operation being carried out by a Department of Homeland Security agency" codenamed "Mayan Express".

    Dissident Voice

  • It also includes an "I / O hub" codenamed "Langwell", which supports connection to wireless, storage, and display components.

    Top Stories - Google News

  • Adding to the intrigue, in December 2007, Narco News reported that according to DEA officials who spoke on the condition of anonymity, the crashed Gulfstream II jet "was part of an operation being carried out by a Department of Homeland Security agency" codenamed "Mayan Express."

    Information Liberation

  • The next-generation 911 will be unveiled in September at the Frankfurt Motor Show but we already know the car codenamed 991 will have 4-inch longer wheelbase in order to accommodate larger back seats and, a few years from now, a hybrid powertrain.

    The Porsche 911's Last Hurrah...For Now

  • His first operational task, while based in London, was to coordinate the North African landings codenamed Operation Torch.

    Eisenhower's Pit Bull

  • It would have been a more significant blunder, Sir Edward Reid noted in his 1945 memo, had not the agents, including two codenamed Tricycle and Treasure, already been detained and turned into double agents by MI5.

    Nazis tried to flood Europe with fake British banknotes, MI5 files show

  • The federation's move comes after a long probe, and just weeks after Spanish police launched its latest large-scale anti-doping sweep, codenamed Operacion Galgo, targeting medical doctors as well as professional riders and track-and-field athletes, including the vice-president of Spain's athletics federation.

    Spain's Contador Faces Ban

  • Kaing Guek Eav, known as Duch, was commander of the top secret Tuol Sleng prison codenamed S-21.

    Khmer Rouge jailer Duch's sentence increased by Cambodia court

  • The Guardian ran a story two weeks ago, in which Iraqi chemical engineering dilettante, Rafid Ahmed Alwan al-Janabi -- codenamed "Curveball" by somebody in espionage with an obvious sense of humor -- admitted that everything he told German interrogators about WMD in Iraq was a fabrication, a whopper, a stinking lie.

    Gail Vida Hamburg: As Iraq War Memory Fades, the Art Endures

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