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

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Examples

  • Furthermore, the process by which the rights of a patent are exercised is costly, damaging, and net-net ends up wasting, in my estimation, much more energy that could otherwise be put into more essential or meaningful pursuits.

    And the monopoly goes to… | FactoryCity

  • That responsibility must be exercised from the earliest days of a child's education and the, message made clear in numerous different ways thereafter.

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  • This meeting, however, proved abortive when France and Great Britain exercised their veto right to obstruct a resolution calling on

    The Nobel Peace Prize 1961 - Presentation Speech

  • This can be done entirely within the missile itself by gyros, accelerometers, and allied precision equipment, or control can be exercised from the ground by data link, which is a form of radio communication.

    Men and Missiles

  • [38] None of the succeeding holders of the imperial title exercised any authority outside of Germany.

    Early European History

  • Before his accession it had had not the slightest importance; for the period of his editorship it is doubtful if any review published in English exercised so great an influence, and certainly none ever obtained so large a circulation.

    The Life and Letters of Walter H Page

  • Philip in her name exercised all the powers of sovereignty, but his reign was very short, for he was suddenly taken ill and died at Burgos,

    History of Holland

  • One Christian grace to be exercised is joy: Count it all joy, v. 2.

    Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume VI (Acts to Revelation)

  • Cramdown is a word exercised in the U.S.A. courts.

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  • In this station the Armenians again exercised his courage and exposed his negligence; and the same rebel, who baffled all his operations, was unhorsed, and almost slain by the vigor of his lance.

    The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire

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