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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of exploit.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. of persons; taken advantage of
- adj. developed or used to greatest advantage
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Neither attitude, the sacrificial or the exploited, is notably appealing in a police officer or, for that matter, in any other public servant.
To commercialize carbon capture, as well as transport of liquified carbon dioxide and its storage in exploited oil fields or saline formations, many technological, commercial, and political hurdles remain to be overcome.
Palin exploited and abused the goodwill created by a lot of reasonable middle-ground conservatives and liberals in Alaska.
Halderman writes that the problem they found isn't the issue so much as the problems that are yet to be found: The specific vulnerability that we exploited is simple to fix, but it will be vastly more difficult to make the system secure.
Perhaps this tendency to idealize the exploited is part of our literary tradition as a whole.
Virgo: The narrow area between get the job done and getting exploited is strictly in the purvue of Virgo this week.
She replied that they will import it from economically desperate Albania — which, of course, means that it will be another case of the rich exploiting the poor to maintain their quality of life and the exploited is left with a degraded landscape.
Once again, protecting foreign workers from being exploited is the OPPOSITE of what you claim Clinton stood for.
But the most important conclusion is already clear: Saddam Hussein exploited the program to run the largest bribery scheme in the history of the world.
There are PLENTY of holes in Mozilla and Firefox - the fact that they aren't being exploited is only a side-effect of their limited use.
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