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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of quarantine.
- adj. In quarantine; isolated.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. under forced isolation especially for health reasons
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In a sense Amazon now has publicly admitted that private clouds do exist and the core differentiation is isolation (what I call quarantined cloud infrastructure), be it virtual or physical.
I had been deemed a virus and am subject to be quarantined from the system.
Furthermore, the idea that the N-word can be can be effectively quarantined from the English language is, at the present time, absolutely ludicrous.
These crucial public servants patrol the streets in quarantined neighborhoods, ensuring no one leaves, except in a hearse.
The word quarantined sent a fresh chill to Blue Bonnet's heart.
No Karly, that’s when the government lies to you and spends your tax dollars to promote and execute an illegal invasion of another country, and when citizens try to protest, they’re put in quarantined zones.
Basket cases need to be quarantined, which is exactly what Israel has done to the Palestinians.
If that much it true then I don't think it would be such to leap to assume that our solar system may be "quarantined" because of some "prime directive" thanks, again Star Trek and we may be prevented from being contacted...or we're so backward and violent that more civilized cultures wouldn't be bothered touch us with a ten light-year pole.
That sheet has been "quarantined" and will not be considered at all, he added, declining to say which candidate would have benefited.
I hope the Florida democrats who voted with the republicans learn from being 'quarantined' how dishonorable it really is to break agreements.
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