Definitions

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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of raid.

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Examples

  • Dr. Griffin raided NASA's non human exploration programs because he felt his first priority was to fulfill VSE since it was a policy affirmed by the President.

    Augustine Committee Meets at MSFC Today - NASA Watch

  • There was a lodge that was raided, which is where the two journalists were arrested.

    CNN Transcript Apr 18, 2008

  • Parker, 33, was last seen dropping her 3-year-old twins at the home police raided, which is where their father

    NYDN Rss

  • As if facing down a dangerous organized crime "family," they "raided" -- to quote their press release -- the homes of six activists in different parts of Israel, who were detained for interrogation.

    Electronic Intifada : Palestine

  • That same night, police, perhaps to give the lie to claims they only break up peaceful demonstrations, raided a karaoke club in Subang Jaya where they broke up the ebullient attempts of several Malaysian men at improving Malaysia-China relations.

    nst online

  • That relic dates from an era defined by the music of Kurt Cobain, from the days when major labels raided Washington state's nightclubs in search of the next Nirvana.

    NPR Topics: News

  • "raided" - he took administrative leave from the NYMEX and he has never been heard from since.

    Signs of the Times

  • The LRC was appointed as legal representation for the detainees after the Central Methodist Church was "raided" by police on Wednesday night.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • This lack of confidence has many sources: a lack of confidence in all institutions, particularly government; a widespread perception that the Social Security trust funds have been "raided"; and

    Statement Before The United States Congress On Social Security

  • If I spend less on groceries this week, have I "raided" my food budget?

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