- v. Simple past tense and past participle of issue..
“Why was the label issued in Oakland when the original label was addressed in Maryland?”
“Company officials told him by e-mail that Facebook has a strict policy against pseudonyms and that he must use the name issued on his government ID.”
“He also claims the label issued "The Chronic Re-Lit" and a greatest hits collection without his permission or the proper rites.”
“He also claims the label issued "The Chronic Re-Lit" and a greatest hits collection without his permission or the proper rights.”
“However, loyalty to the kindred spirits at Creation won through by October 1993, and two months later the label issued the band's "debut", a one-sided 12-inch promo of "Columbia" taken straight from the original demo.”
“The statement Obama issued is a bag of wind to get votes and nothing more.”
“Mrs. Kennett's further feeble protests, no other word issued from the room save another impatient:”
“Basangwa wrote adding, "They assert that all the land on Makerere hill, where the University is situated was leased to the then Governor of Uganda and a title issued in favour of a technical school.”
“We will not be promoting the product until we get a label issued by regulatory agencies," including the Food and Drug Administration.”
“(now Sony), the label issued a number of classical releases that introduced listeners to a whole spectrum of new musical styles that were completely unknown to most of us.”
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