- v. Simple past tense and past participle of map.
“The place being mapped is really a complex system, and its topography, a connective network.”
“In a way, Benjamin mapped out the extraordinarily rich prerequisite for a very basic goal: knowing what you're talking about. posted by Matthew @ 2: 25 PM”
“Although some allege they are not familiar with the terms mapped out in the pact, events in recent days signal that perhaps they’d prefer not to know.”
“One day, people will be able to have their whole genome sequenced and their gene and microRNA expression mapped, and this will become a part of their medical file," says Noam”
“NoSymbols appears when there's no keysym name mapped to keycode.”
“And then I did a few searches in the desert, where we just kind of mapped out possibilities for future searches but didn't really get out and look at -- you know, look for anything.”
“What a fabulous feature it would be to a) see the actual lifespan of a tag mapped out (or at least referenced in a clever, natty way), and b) to possibly predict the impending doom or imminent death of a word, some language, or a band for that matter.”
“Previous AskMe posts focused more on places to see, but we've got that kind of mapped out ... we'll be over the better part of the whole island, and certainly in the major towns.”
“Added an application page (there is no option to add _Admin page item in VS 2010 RC), that got created in Layouts "mapped" folder.”
“In addition, they "mapped" the roof, allocating a section to each condominium owner, and installed the supports for solar panels.”
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by Elizabeth Bishop
Land lies in water; it is shadowed green.
Shadows, or are they shallows, at its edges
showing the line of long sea-weeded ledges
where weeds hang ...
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