Definitions

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

Etymologies

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Examples

  • "Great House" is told in spliced monologues, each recounting the misfortunes of these and other characters who struggle under a "crippling burden of memory."

    A Desk and Its Stories

  • Nivi. com/blog is doing some kewl things in spliced feeds.

    Nivi Quote on Revolutionary Ideas

  • False Schwarzkopf call spliced onto McPeak robocall?

    Open-source the vote!

  • Their own experts found that the tape had been cut and spliced, which is consistent with Ms. Blake‚Äôs story.

    Lake News

  • Here is the revised version, according to CSFB, one that untangles data "spliced" together through two different periods that CSFB argues shouldn't have been.

    Paul Kedrosky's Infectious Greed

  • Here is the original debt / GDP chart: Here is the revised version, according to CSFB, one that untangles data "spliced" together through two different periods that ...

    Megite Technology News: What's Happening Right Now

  • A Zoo level features "spliced" animals, such as a rhinoceros.

    *Shacknews* Games

  • After the human insulin gene was isolated from human tissue, it was chemically joined or 'spliced' to into a small bacterial chromosome called a plasmid.

    Daily Kos

  • a first-class clipper-ship in the East Indian trade, -- standing upon his own quarter-deck full six feet in his shoes, and finely proportioned at that, -- so well as to both face and figure, that he had no difficulty in getting "spliced" to a wife that dearly loved him.

    The Ocean Waifs A Story of Adventure on Land and Sea

  • "spliced", or rearranged, and then transported out of the cell nucleus and into the cytoplasm where the mRNAs can be "translated" into viral proteins.

    Signs of the Times

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