- v. Simple past tense and past participle of launch.
“The label launched in the Spring of 2008, and sold at retailers including Barney's Harvey Nichols, and Fred Segal Man.”
“The name launched at me in a mist of scotch by my father.”
“In 2007 the label launched one of the world's most expensive handbags, called the Louis”
“Three years ago, the label launched its DG Concerts series of performance recordings.”
“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.”
“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.”
“His designs won acclaim when the label launched in 1987, although the business never returned a profit.”
“After being founded in 1950, the label launched the careers of artists like the Stooges and MC5.”
“Web site since the title launched, 1,918 have rated the game with only one star out of a possible five.”
“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.”
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