- v. Simple past tense and past participle of polygraph.
“They will be polygraphed if they wish to be assigned to National Counterterrorism Center, run by the CIA.”
“The NYPD refuses to be polygraphed because they know they mishandle classified material all the time.”
“I had that person polygraphed, and they passed, and I said, "This can't be.”
“They ` re not only in the middle of it but they keep coming up with new information that they seem to have forgotten to tell this person, that person, or the other person, and they ` re begging to be polygraphed by law enforcement.”
“Why were the Iraqi defectors and Chalabi not polygraphed?”
“GARCIA: The family came forward immediately and volunteered to be polygraphed.”
“Why were you so adamant that you be polygraphed immediately?”
“GRIFFIS: No. She hasn ` t been polygraphed and any one of in our immediate family has not been polygraphed.”
“Jon, do we know how many people have been polygraphed so far in this case?”
“LEIBERMAN: Well, we know that the little girl ` s father, and of course, his girlfriend have each been polygraphed.”
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