- v. Simple past tense and past participle of reap.
“As an upper middle class well-educated lawyer facing increased taxes under some of Obama's proposals, I recognize that it might be time for me to pay this country back for all the wealth I've reaped from the advantageous opportunities its given this white male, and that perhaps, as a citizen of a community, I should participate in fulfilling my moral obligation to helping those around me who have less.”
“How do you determine which gains where reaped from the civil rights act, and which gains were reaped from the changes in attitudes that permitted the civil rights act?”
“The profits Microsoft has reaped from the Windows operating system are obscene.”
“The idea that religions are only as good as the benefits reaped is a large part of the many tragedies in our history.”
“Who will control the employment reaped from the outside investments?”
“Anticipatory, that is, the seed whose "fruit," namely, "righteousness," shall be ultimately reaped, is now "sown in peace.”
“No advantage can be reaped from the most excellent discourses, if delivered in unintelligible language, such as the audience can neither speak nor understand: but he that prophesies speaks to the advantage of his hearers; they may profit by his gift.”
“A tense third term reaped two goals each for both sides, including a goal of the year contender by St Kilda goalsneak Stephen Milne.”
“Each competitor sent, together with the fruit of his eager brain, a small sum of money, and the brilliant enthusiast who at the earliest moment declared the missing word reaped as guerdon the total of these numerous remittances.”
“reaped" the Hebrew text has "found" (matsa '), involving the idea of coming into the field and discovering how rich the crop really is.”
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