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

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Examples

  • So there is no way he 'gatecrashed' - he followed the necessary procedures according to the web site.

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  • I think it is important to clarify the perception that PZ Meyers 'gatecrashed' the screening that some commentators are making.

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  • He said in a statement DP Youth members had broken a formal agreement with the university when they "gatecrashed" an event for registered student societies organised by the SRC.

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  • Obama names new social secretary to replace 'gatecrashed' aide

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  • Rudd 'gatecrashed' Hillary Clinton TV event KEVIN Rudd reportedly demanded to be included in a special televised forum with Hillary Clinton on the weekend despite not being initially invited, the Sydney Morning Herald reports.

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  • Several guests had claimed the men "gatecrashed" the wedding.

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  • It's rare that a move to the countryside turns out well in British movies, and so it goes here, as a newlywed couple's fresh, rural start is gatecrashed by the husband's brother Evans, a traumatised Afghanistan war veteran.

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  • And earlier this year Murdoch gatecrashed a lunch at Wapping between the Times editor James Harding and the Roman Catholic archbishop of Westminster, Vincent Nichols.

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  • The dead boy was also 15 and belonged to a group that had gatecrashed a birthday party organised by Navarrete's street gang.

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  • A more pertinent comparison might be with the Williams sisters Serena and Venus who both so successfully gatecrashed into the "lillywhite world of tennis" by noticing that the game might now be played a little to their advantage.

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