- v. Simple past tense and past participle of monkey.
“The standard watch is at the wagon, and must not be "monkeyed" with, a trick sometimes played on tenderfeet.”
“In a telephone interview, Ebell questioned NASA's climate data for the 1930s, which he said had been "monkeyed with" by scientists aiming to show anthropogenic climate warming.”
“Large numbers of coins have been conserved, dipped, processed and generally monkeyed around with in the past few years.”
“Upside: like many reviewers (especially the pro-Joss ones) he says the second episode — which was originally intended to be the premiere, and which Fox monkeyed with less — is better.”
“It might be wise for someone to go through these freebies to make sure that the Righteous haven't monkeyed with the text of Darwin's book.”
“But let's recall that it's $20 billion for claimants which is aside from and not to the exclusion of the existing law governing the matter, which caps liability at $75 billion in compensation, which is itself in addition to the entire cost of clean up, and it's very possible that the caps on existing law will get monkeyed with in the coming weeks.”
“Almost unbearably hip, but very lovely, and they coped remarkably well with a sock-monkeyed toddler in their pristine hipster environment.”
“These volumes has been reissued and monkeyed with over the years it seems, and even last year, yet another release of this Omnibus came out.”
“So they changed a few costumes, and monkeyed around with specifics in a few origins.”
“Now, Richard Whitt -- Senior Policy Director for Google -- announces that Google will take an even more active role in the debate by arming consumers with the tools to determine first-hand if their broadband connections are being monkeyed with by their ISPs:”
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