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


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  • Launched with almost no publicity, the title managed to sell over 200,000 copies on word of mouth alone, a pretty impressive feat for a dating sim.

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  • People can't seem to understand why the title managed to move 2 million copies. Podcast

  • Television Personalities and those ramshackle strummers in The Pastels, the label managed to put out an amazing array of stellar records.

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  • The title managed to get an MA15+ rating in Australia, the last rating available before a game got banned, but the decision of the Australian Rating Board is currently being appealed by the South Australian Attorney General, Michael Atkinson.

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  • When China last followed what it called a managed floa

    China Says It Will Increase Yuan's Flexibility

  • He's in favor of what he calls a managed bankruptcy.

    CNN Transcript Nov 19, 2008

  • Putin was trying to export his brand of regime change if you will, what they call managed democracy.

    CNN Transcript Dec 4, 2004

  • Mr. Romney says he always favored what he calls a "managed bankruptcy" for the auto companies that would have allowed the businesses to restructure and emerge stronger than before.

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  • Microsoft assembled the database through crowdsourced data gathering from Windows Mobile 7 devices and through what it calls "managed driving" by Street View-like vehicles that record Wi-Fi signals accessible from public roads.


  • Working with each other, they'll forge what they call a managed services LEC, one that SMBs and enterprises should find appealing.

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