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  • v. Present participle of Facebook.


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  • (One of the mantras for Facebooking is that never the twain shall meet.)

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  • No Tweets or Facebooking from the Wasilla Hillbilly yet on this issue?

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  • Known as the 'Facebooking Father,' Dowd will become a leader in a church that has seen a decline in attendance over the last 50 years.

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  • Between taking the kids to and from school (Reagan starts Preschool Tuesday), being both Mom and Dad, work, housework, design work, and trying to fit in some me time aka Facebooking, I'm just pooped at the end of the day and don't want to do much more than crash.

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  • Do you really want to sit next to a teenager who is "Facebooking" for 2000 miles?

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  • Survey reveals nearly 2million workers spend over an hour per day 'Facebooking' at work


  • E-mails, text messages, in-home visits, weekend seminars, retreats and daily phone calls telling you how cool it was to spend eight hours on a Saturday "Facebooking" while looking up old acquaintances.

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  • "They basically talk about the dangers of 'Facebooking', and how there is a risk that SAF information might fall into the hands of terrorists who might be lurking in cyberspace," said the 21-year-old, who would not identify his unit.


  • "Facebooking," never seem to take the time to worry about who's seeing what ... the "Should I Friend Mom / Dad / Boss?" issue is becoming more prevalent than ever.

  • And more than anything, their behaviors and mass adoption of normal activities such as "Facebooking" are more or less indicative of the value in abstraction of technology -- that I can have a somewhat native understanding of how a social networking site works, regardless of which particular site it is


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