- v. Simple past tense and past participle of collide.
“Though I personally am of the 'middle' Trek generation (the generation that started out watching mostly Next Generation and Voyager with only a fair sprinkling of Original), I can safely say that I too was hit was a blast of nostalgia, sentiment, excitement, and ambition from the moment the Kelvin collided with the Narada to the moment Leonard Nimoy's voice whispered the opening sequence and the Original theme played over the credits.”
“Evgeni Malkin collided with Kimmo Timonen while carrying the puck into the neutral zone and lost control, but Sidney Crosby scooped it up on the fly and found Malone open at the edge of the net.”
“The shuttle van they were riding in collided with another car, hit a barrier and overturned, killing Dolores Nikodinov instantly.”
“Martin collided with Miller while fighting through a pick.”
“Minnesota's Darrick Martin collided with Miller while fighting through a screen and hit him in the midsection.”
“Fredrik Modin collided with Senators defenseman Chris Phillips at the blue line and Martin St. Louis collected the puck off the hit.”
“History's most disgusting term and history's most wholesome term collided today when Santorum Tebowed.”
“Two people were injured Tuesday in Prince William County when a police cruiser on a high priority call collided with another vehicle, county police said.”
“A police officer and a second person were injured in Prince William County on Tuesday when a police cruiser on a high-priority call collided with another vehicle, county police said.”
“At 6: 04 this morning, two passenger trains and a freight train collided.”
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