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

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Examples

  • In the first six and a half years of the 21st century, the term garnered more than three hits per month in the Times.

    CIO.in

  • The old man gave her a quick glance, eyes wary over spectacles that stood out like antique flair garnered from a bygone age.

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  • More than 1,000 companies, garnered from the alumni surveys and schools 'input, were vetted for the corporate survey.

    How the Rankings Were Compiled

  • They learned the ways of the fish and the shell-fish, and they invented hooks and lines, nets and fish-traps, and all the diverse cunning ways by which swimming meat can be garnered from the shifting, unstable sea.

    CHAPTER X

  • Reading the recent coverage that Hydrogen has garnered from the mainstream press you would think North American civilization will collapse with out it.

    Economics of Hydrogen, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • He said considerations about revenue and taxation, like those garnered from the alcohol and tobacco industries, may influence decisions about which substances to regulate or outlaw.

    Alcohol More Lethal Than Heroin Or Cocaine, Study Finds

  • For instance, if that revenue garnered from a tax on beer goes to pay for early childhood education, Anheuser-Busch would be more likely to fight it than if it went to pay for alcoholism treatment.

    Beer Tax Rumor Bubbles Up in Olympia « PubliCola

  • The next PGR ride in Arizona that I attended I will have in my possession all the facts I've garnered from the various web pages outing this lying piece of human fecal material.

    Robert Edward Dolan

  • This South African coin garnered 51 bids on Rhode Island's eBay auction.

    Free shipping! Rhode Island's eBay play

  • And sure, you can cite McCain's willingness to continue to spend money in Iraq, but Obama has new spending priorities of his own that would, arguably, engulf any savings garnered from a premature pullout in Iraq.

    Your Right Hand Thief

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