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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of publish.
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- adj. formally made public
- adj. prepared and printed for distribution and sale
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Edition (_published_ by Mr. Brimley Johnson, but differing considerably from the editions which he has _edited_); and the Winchester Edition, published by Mr. Grant Richards.
"This dedication may serve for almost any book that has, is, or shall be published:" -- "that _has been_, or _will be published_."
The abore are the only works yet published of a series of the GREEK POETS intended to be printed uniformly with them; and a Series of the LATIN POETS of the same sise is in the press: ot which is jrnt published*
The earliest scientific name that might apply to the southern Dolly Varden of North America is “Salmo lordi,” a name published in 1866 for a char from the Skagit River of Washington and British Columbia.
The oldest scientific name that might apply to southern Dolly Varden as a species or a subspecies is “Salmo curilus,” a name published in 1811 for char of the Kuril Islands.
Both Ms. Merkin and I had books with Hitler in the title published last year.
Whitney's daughter, who didn't want her name published because the killer remains at large, said her mother grew up in the Great Depression and had "an amazing work ethic."
It begs the question, why wasn't the name published in the first place?
The woman did not want her name published or picture taken because her case remains in limbo five years after her 2006 arrest at Philadelphia Airport.
He did not want his name published because he feared being detained.
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