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

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Examples

  • The label launched in the Spring of 2008, and sold at retailers including Barney's Harvey Nichols, and Fred Segal Man.

    New York City's "Public School" at Fashion Week

  • The name launched at me in a mist of scotch by my father.

    Walls of Silence

  • In 2007 the label launched one of the world's most expensive handbags, called the Louis

    Home | Mail Online

  • Three years ago, the label launched its DG Concerts series of performance recordings.

    NPR Topics: News

  • When the title launched in September last year, its Amazon. com catalogue listing was awash with one-star user-reviews complaining about its SecuROM technology. filed a class action lawsuit against EA over alleged issues encountered with Spore's DRM software, SecuROM.

    Edge Online - Interactive Entertainment Today

  • We've been into their clean cut but somewhat edgy designs since the label launched last year; the quality materials and subtle details set them apart from the rest of the rack at Barneys or Fred Segal.

    Cool Hunting

  • His designs won acclaim when the label launched in 1987, although the business never returned a profit.

    The Guardian World News

  • After being founded in 1950, the label launched the careers of artists like the Stooges and MC5.

    ! Exclaim.ca - News

  • Web site since the title launched, 1,918 have rated the game with only one star out of a possible five.

    TechWeb

  • Hollywood - Apple Corps and EMI announced on Tuesday that they will reissue 15 albums originally released by Apple Records, a label launched by the Beatles in 1968 to release their own and friends 'recordings.

    Digital Media Wire - connecting people & knowledge

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