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

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. affected by disease.


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  • Sergei Berezin attacked from the right side, but Dunham kicked out his pad to make the save.

    National Hockey League - Predators vs. Maple Leafs

  • The great new feature of the pact is, of course, that it goes as far as can possibly be managed or expected now to assure that if the western nations of Europe are again attacked from the east-whether it be Germany or Russia or Asia-in which democracy has never been a living thing, the United States will be under obligation to take some part from the beginning.


  • Canada again attacked as Pirate Haven p2pnet news view | P2P | Politics: - Canada has once again been singled out by entertainment cartel politicians for special attention.

    Canada again attacked as Pirate Haven

  • To pass any bill over rightwing obstructionism they had to water it down to the level that it is now getting attacked from the right that was NEVER going to support anything Obama did AND the left for not providing REAL reform.

    Think Progress » Kerry: β€˜The only thing Republicans say yes to are Rush Limbaugh, Glenn Beck, tea partiers, and Fox News.’

  • Shifting a dozen feet higher up, he again attacked with pick and shovel.

    Chapter XXVII

  • You're going to be attacked from the left and the right (mostly the right), but those of us in the middle want and need someone to represent us.

    Crist leads in new Florida poll

  • Although the text refers frequently to protecting all religions, the only religion specified as being attacked is Islam, to which eight paragraphs refer.

    EU countries oppose Muslim views on racism meeting

  • It is also attacked from the left (Muslim or otherwise) for using the fight against terrorism as an excuse for a general assault on Muslims and their cultural rights.

    Religion News Roundup β€” Islam: Music, Chess, and Sin

  • So, before I get attacked from the left, let me re-iterate that I the line of reasoning Matt has taken makes some sense, but he goes way too far to equate perfectly this event with Islamic terrorism, and to equate the threat of terrorism to the threat of car crashes. abb1 says:

    Matthew Yglesias » A Sensible Response to Terrorism

  • The movie quickly touches upon this, showing Precious looking in the mirror as well as saying the immature white lady peering back during her, though this moment is attacked from the potential unless you have been exposed to the constant self-hatred throbbing in her brain.

    Archive 2009-11-01


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