- v. Simple past tense and past participle of sacrifice.
“No -- those only will be sacrificed who _have sacrificed_.”
“But the key thing there that can't be sacrificed is casting technique.”
“Eckstein sacrificed, third baseman Blake to first baseman Loney, Gerut to third.”
“Maybin sacrificed, pitcher Rivera to second baseman Belliard, Baker to third, Ramirez to second.”
“I should have used the word sacrificed, as I have in the past.”
“Eckstein sacrificed, catcher Bard to first baseman Gonzalez, Spiezio scored, Molina to third, Carpenter to second.”
“D Eckstein sacrificed to third, Y Molina to third.”
“Eckstein sacrificed, pitcher Astacio to first baseman Nady, Nunez scored, Molina to second.”
“I repeat, to hold or teach that God could not offer salvation to his sons until His blameless Son was sacrificed is a primitive, even barbarous concept.”
“D Eckstein sacrificed to first, D McPherson to second.”
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In keeping with my other Prosies (like this one). There were a number of phrases as well as words in this speech that I found particularly compelling.
My fellow citizens: I stand here ...
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