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

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Examples

  • Gonchar was livid that Joffrey Lupul crosschecked him as time was about to expire.

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  • Forty-four seconds later, Savard got tired of being crosschecked by Scott Niedermayer outside Ducks 'zone and dropped the gloves with him.

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  • Trotz said Dumont got crosschecked in the back and had a stinger but shouldn't miss any games.

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  • Theodore was slow to get up after the score following a collision with Travis Zajac who was crosschecked into the crease by Washington defenseman Brooks Laich.

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  • One by one they crosschecked each other's performances, studied all that was known or suspected about their still-distant goal, and reacted to simulated disasters.

    Tin

  • Even though I crosschecked with Google maps to see that the road that they said was a road was, in fact, a road, it was not a road.

    abada abada › misdirection

  • Chelios even came to the aid of Red Wings captain Nicklas Lidstrom late in the first period after Lidstrom was crosschecked by Colorado's Cody McCormick after a stoppage in play.

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  • Ottawa failed to tie the score despite enjoying 1: 05 of 5-on-3 play when Vancouver's Matt Cooke was sent off with 8: 15 remaining after he crosschecked Alfredsson as the Senators 'captain carried the puck at center ice.

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  • But Savoy crosschecked the log of Ethernet addresses with IP addresses, and found the computer formerly known at 117 was now known as 120.

    Appeals Court Misfired in Hack-Counterhack Dispute

  • There seems to be some updated information at MI3 that is not available at CDIAC, so, as usual, everything needs to be crosschecked.

    Stamford CT « Climate Audit

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