- v. Simple past tense and past participle of cull.
“Superficially he might seem almost a name culled at random from the list of leading political celebrities in France, but in fact he was useful because he made the very specific connection with the tumultuous and dangerous world of European federalism.”
“Fans can look forward to nine discs of Blu-ray goodness, with bonus content culled from the previous DVD releases as well as digital copies of each movie and BD Live access.”
“Reddit and Breadpig founder Alexis Ohanian will be emceeing the event, which will include a visual presentation as well as an interview portion, with questions culled from the top-voted comments on Reddit.”
“The two-hour CBS special, culled from a pair of New York concerts toasting his three decades as a solo artist, reached 25.6 million viewers, proof aplenty that Jackson remains an object of fascination.”
“Drawn from Book World's bestseller data supplied by Nielsen BookScan for the week ending October 24 (culled from the top 50 titles sold).”
“So Ron determined she had to be culled from the herd.”
“They have chosen their footage wisely — and possily hysterically — as Rotaru, Miller and editors Harrison Engle and Drew Kilcoin culled 200 hours of material into a crammed 91 minutes.”
“Here, we have hard facts, culled from the Joel Whitburn book I keep handy for just such occasions.”
“This list is just culled from the U.S. documentary and dramatic categories.”
“The above were culled from a couple google searches.”
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