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- adj. Having printed lines.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of rule.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. subject to a ruling authority
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Tony Curtis ruled from a facade throne in la-la land, then dazzled for decades in Sin City and ended up presiding over the very real and noble task of helping stallions pass to greener pastures at the Shiloh Horse Sanctuary (a nonprofit organization that he co-founded with wife, Jill Curtis).
Goodwin ruled it was a weapon that is forbidden on school property under Lansingburgh's "zero-tolerance" policy on weapons ....
For one game, Cleveland ruled from the three-point line.
The 18 children whose cases Griffin ruled on Tuesday include eight girls and 10 boys from five families.
But Justice David Kitchin ruled that the claims, brought by Jacobs 'estate trustee Paul Allen, had a chance of success – although he described this as being "improbable."
Judge Kurt J. Lewin ruled that the Alpine Village restaurant was in conflict with the First Amendment to the Constitution [snip]
Judge Kurt J. Lewin ruled that the Alpine Village restaurant was in conflict with the First Amendment to the Constitution and state civil rights laws when it evicted the men two years ago.
When Britain ruled the world, Liberals wanted less empire and balanced budgets.
We hope you will let yourself be inspired and remember the old days when curtain ruled the world of indoor arrangements.
Before the war, Great Britain ruled the Middle Eastern petroleum deposits — ESSENTIAL to modern industry as the Texas oil fields ran out.
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