- v. Simple past tense and past participle of log on.
“Embarrassed by her now shameful actions at the strip club, but needing to see it for legal reasons, Lena turned on her iPad, logged on to her email and scrolled down to find the email from her lawyer.”
“They logged on one after the other—first Macaiah, then Lurian, then Tavakoros.”
“As soon as the desktop came up, he logged on to Earthlink to check his e-mail and see what was going on in some of the newsgroups he read.”
“So back in March I had logged on to LiveJournal.com and its bubbling competitors Diaryland, DeadJournal, iNotebook, and DailyCry.”
“Another eternity passed as she dragged out her laptop, and finally logged on to the archives at the local newspaper, the Pioneer Press.”
“Eagerly popping the unit open, he quickly turned it on, bypassed the easy password, Nana, and logged on to a Web browser.”
“Back in his office, Ax logged on and called up the military-records Web site, U.S. Army.”
“K ate turned on the computer and logged on to the HolmesCam website, keeping her eyes on it while she was making the rest of her calls.”
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