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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of desire.
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- adj. wanted intensely
- adj. greatly desired
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Mrs. Luke was now Lady Horrocks: she had the title desired of her heart.
That long overdue functionality will then make it possible for us to recognize loyal Forbes.com users and reward them for what we call "desired behaviors" - how many staffers, contributors and topics they follow; how many times they visit Forbes.com during a month or a day; how many times their comments are "Called Out"; and much more.
And when they did try something different, either the subject matter (Lone Star) or execution (My Generation) left a lot to be desired from the audience's point of view.
How people think they can criticize the behaviour of others when their own leaves so much to be desired is a mystery to me.
For example, unemployment problems reflecting an inability of the employed to obtain desired full-time employment (35 or more hours of work per week) have reached historical proportions in the labor market recession with nine million of the employed encountering such a problem on average during 2010.
These new brand ambassadors are almost the perfect instruments for surreptitiously sparking and cultivating a groundswell of desire within desired target markets.
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The effect desired is that not one passion only should be seen in her, but a concourse of the passions.
The outcome desired is a recommendation to raise revenues.
Start with Newtonian mechanics and obtain desired result
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