- v. Simple past tense and past participle of discuss.
“It does seem to me that Morelia and SMA are disparate communities and Palomares 'suggestion that post headings specify the area discussed is a good one.”
“When I hear either term discussed knowledgeably, I am filled with secret shame and an urge to flee, like an illiterate confronting a restaurant menu.”
“During the presidential campaign, Palin discussed how she and her husband Todd had “gone though periods of our life here with paying out-of-pocket for health coverage until Todd and I both landed a couple of good union jobs.””
“The last weekly Robin discussed the report of a proposal to give Batman “a black ghetto kid” as a new sidekick in the early 1980s.”
“Even at half price, the B&B discussed is not in the budget category.”
“But the current onslaught of polls brought about by the media since, for example, Health Care reform has been discussed is amazingly contrived.”
“But the current onslaught of polls brought about by the media since, for example, Health Care reform has been discussed is mazingly contrived.”
“Zach: Which they base on linkages, something Darwin discussed in Origin.”
“Which they base on linkages, something Darwin discussed in Origin.”
“The youngest usage discussed is “alright”, which is 100 years old.”
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