- v. Simple past tense and past participle of document.
- adj. furnished with or supported by documents
- adj. established as genuine
“They're going to be assisting us in creating what we call the documented picture of where the bridge actually -- what it looked like, so that we can bring this back and create the appropriate computer model.”
“One thing that has been well documented is that El-Nino winters like this one produce heavier than normal snowfall over the eastern 2/3 of the US.”
“Ezra Klein documented it all fairly closely, with quotes from administration officials underlying his reporting.”
“The last weekly Robin documented how in the 1940s Dick Grayson often disguised himself as a young worker to gather information for Batman.”
“We can describe mechanisms – variation, selection and all the newer mechanisms being documented from the field and described in developing, expanding theoretics.”
“The psycho-social dynamics of trolling are well documented from the early age of the net.”
“Evidence of early humans living on the coast in South Africa, harvesting food from the sea, employing complex bladelet tools and using red pigments in symbolic behavior 164,000 years ago, far earlier than previously documented, is being reported in the Oct. 18 issue of the journal Nature.”
“Yesterday, lawyers for Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador â€œturned in documented allegations of irregularities that they said cost him the July 2 presidential election, and a senior aide warned that Mexico faces an â€˜insurrectionâ€ ™ unless all 41 million ballots are recounted. â€”
“Also documented is the wider conservation and urban revitalization plan for Darm al-Ahmar, the historic neighborhood where the park is situated.”
“He first appears in documented Mexican history in 1911, a year after Porfirio Diaz who had retained the Presidency for some 35 years, was forced out of office.”
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