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- v. Past participle of found
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of find.
- v. To set up; to launch; to institute.
- v. Use as a basis for; grounded on.
- adj. Having a basis.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. based; -- often used as combining terms.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
It's the band's first album on ATO, the label founded partly by Dave Matthews, and its 10 tracks come stamped with pop concision.
Rae, 32, was among a pack of celebrities who turned out to support the label founded by U2's Bono and his wife, Ali Hewson.
On Thursday, Dischord Records, the label founded by MacKaye in 1980, launched the Fugazi Live Series: an online archive of 800-plus live recordings from the band's collection, to be released in installments.
Mrs Cameron also had no trouble flying the flag when she officially launched London Fashion Week, at Somerset House, this morning, cannily mixing a dress by the highly-profitable British heritage brand, Mulberry, with a jacket by Sykes - the label founded by the young designer, Joanna Sykes, who has since gone on to be the design director of the old-established British label, Aquascutum - and shoes by L.K.Bennett.
This year, the label founded a social networking, music and news site aimed at promoting what it calls a “global, borderless lifestyle.”
One likely choice: the Whigs, an Athens, Ga., trio who recently released an album through ATO Records, the label founded by rock star Dave Matthews.
Wine buffs know Big House as the label founded by Randall Grahm, the colorful owner of Bonny Doon.
Shakin All Over (b/w Till We Kissed) on Scepter 1295, the label founded in 1959 by Florence Greenberg and the long-time home of Dionne Warwick.
She's signed to Young Money, the label founded by Lil Wayne, who has evidently handed over the reins to more sensible people, although kudos to him for his
"It would be the best tribute we could pay him," said Pinault, adding that the label founded in 2001 continued to hold "significant potential" for the future.
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