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

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Examples

  • Sure, there's something exciting about seeing your screenplay title sandwiched between

    Macworld

  • "It's all my fault," he said, and he smiled again, as if he was seeing his name sandwiched between Exxon and Mobil. and get our exclusive 2009 Tournament Calendar FREE!

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  • Instead of a four-week winter term sandwiched between 13-week fall and spring semesters, officials are extending fall and spring semesters to 15 weeks with a three-week "intersession" in between.

    Examiner California Headlines

  • Maybe I'm a prude, but ever since PBS (Frontline, I think) did a story about young girls being "sandwiched"--two guys w/ one girl w/ two holes (not incl mouth) in the middle--I've decided that something is influencing kids to be degrading.

    Do sexually "degrading" song lyrics lure teenagers into bad sex?

  • But Bret Boone, second baseman for the Seattle Mariners, gets a good laugh from having his name sandwiched between outfielders Manny

    USATODAY.com - Boone cleans up for AL

  • Three pennants in a row with a World Series title sandwiched in between is not baloney, of course.

    Baseball’s Even Greater Insults

  • English-sounding name sandwiched in right here between Italy and

    My Friend the Chauffeur

  • Over another fake letter with Conway's name sandwiched between Harry Reid and Barbara Boxer, the narrator says, "Now, I need Conway in Washington, because I know I can count on Conway to vote for more spending and debt, bigger government and higher taxes."

    Breaking News: CBS News

  • In such compounds a metal ion is bound not to a single carbon atom but is "sandwiched" between two aromatic organic molecules.

    The Nobel Prize in Chemistry: The Development of Modern Chemistry

  • Sarah expects to be "sandwiched" this way between her children and her parents indefinitely.

    Joseph Nowinski, Ph.D.: The New Grief: Caring for the Caregivers

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