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

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Examples

  • Dave won, I felt that Kevin sabotaged Ariel and she should have been there instead of Kev, Glad Dave won.

    'Hell's Kitchen' season finale: What'd you think? | EW.com

  • Richards, who took fifth at worlds, again sabotaged by fatigue caused by the medication, gives her family credit for her comeback.

    Richards leans on her family in chase for gold in 400 meters

  • Their future is sabotaged from the beginning of education with loans that will weigh heavily on their finances for many years and may effect their chances of having one of those cozy cottages when they get married.

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  • McCain sabotaged our majority for his own aggrandizement.

    Sound Politics: Romney Follow-Up

  • (having switched out pilots) hijack the plane with the full intention of landing it before Kelvin sabotaged their plans?

    The Tail Section » LOST - Who Can Ya Trust?

  • Later, he entered into a lucrative licensing arrangement with Trek that he effectively sabotaged, which is exactly like being a black athlete in an all-white sport in the early 20th century.

    Triumph Over Adversity: Coping With Injustices Great and Small

  • Not only has a lively debate broken out over whether the Broncos' play-calling sabotaged Tebow on Sunday, writes Dave Krieger in the Denver Post, but a religious war is being waged between those outraged by the Lions mocking the "Tebowing" kneel and those who think it's fair game.

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  • A woman who married a civilian rather than waiting for her soldier "sabotaged" the nation's war effort.

    Miss Yourlovin: GIs, Gender, and Domesticity during World War II

  • David Silverman/Getty Images In the West Bank, Palestinians reacted with anger to Mr. Netanyahu's address, with President Mahmoud Abbas saying the Israeli leader had "sabotaged" future negotiations by limiting the issues Israel would be willing to discuss.

    Two-State Solution

  • In the West Bank, Palestinians reacted with anger to Mr. Netanyahu's address, with President Mahmoud Abbas saying the Israeli leader had "sabotaged" future negotiations by limiting the issues Israel would be willing to discuss.

    Israel Offers Two-State Plan

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