- v. Simple past tense and past participle of update.
“After the premeditated maneuver by Congress and the military in 1892, the support of conspirators (a term updated to terrorists since President Clinton's administration period), the continued use of propaganda on the World to make it appear that the dethronement of Hawaii's Queen Liliuokalani was legitimate appears to be the approach to continue a historical crime affecting our aboriginal Hawaiians and all in the World today.”
“Q Bruce, yesterday Sarah Brady's organization, Handgun Control, Inc., released what they called updated figures on the effect of the Brady Bill and they say now 102,000 felons, et cetera, have been prevented from buying handguns.”
“Remeber: WorldCon and Enron BOTH sent in "updated" tax forms in the past year lowering their "earnings" and requesting tax refunds.”
“The usual cause of this is that they have not been updated from a month or more, but I will also do it if a blog stops being interesting.”
“My orthodox nineteen year old cousin updated his Facebook status today to read: “[x] is ardently supporting the IDF and their previosuly [sic] taken actions in addition to hoping there will be no cease fire”.”
“Seiko's legendary talking pyramid clock returns in updated form, featuring LED lighting and sharp corners.”
“It will be interesting to see what the data shows when it can be updated from a decade ago.”
“That's not all that's been changed; the device they use to travel through time has been updated from a watch to a near-future version of an iPod (a "Q-pod").”
“Bookninja » Blog Archive » New emperor for Penguin [updated]”
“I'd like to see the third Tron film come out at least fifteen years from now, once again updated to reflect the technology of the era.”
Looking for tweets for updated.