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- adj. Used by multiple entities or for multiple purposes or in multiple ways.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of share.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. distributed in portions (often equal) on the basis of a plan or purpose
- adj. have in common; held or experienced in common
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To put everything into a nutshell, Sacks and Fathers & Families are strong proponents of the concept of shared parenting, which is a concept that all children of divorce should be ’shared equally’ by both parents.
This shared sense or fear of exclusion created some limited shared interests’ around which unity was built.
One has to remember the fact that if the Republicans can not reduce the deficit squarely on the backs of the working and middle class it's of no interest to them, they know exactly what the term "shared sacrifice" means and they want no part of it.
Daniel not his name shared his understanding of the emergence of Temple Grandin's compassion for cows, and human beings, a reality made possible only through the empowerment of her mother's extraordinary patience and love.
Oooh: “Pain shared is halved; joy shared is limitless.”
For some reason or another, this is the title shared by a lurid horror magazine we all know, and an equally lurid radio show from the 30's.
Kevin still harbors his adolescent desire to see his name shared with a doomed redshirted ensign in an Original Series novel.
Just to prove that point, RF opened with the ultra high-energy "Summer Nights" from their newest studio effort, "Unstoppable," the title shared by their current tour.
U.S. President Barack Obama on Saturday urged Congress to enter into what he called "shared compromise " in an effort to solve the country's debt and deficit problems.
The king of Morocco, for example, still holds the position of Commander of the Faithful, a title shared in recent times only by Mullah Omar, the head of the Taliban in Afghanistan.
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