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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of backlog.

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Examples

  • While hundreds of thousands of disability claims lay backlogged at the Department of Veterans Affairs, thousands of technology employees at the department received $24 million in bonuses, a new report says.

    POLITICAL HOT TOPICS: August 24, 2009

  • All of their stalling and slamming did nothing but dilute this bill and postpone for 3 months any work getting done on the Jobs Bills and others that are backlogged because of their selfish tantrums.

    GOP relents on timing of health care vote

  • Nearly 80 percent of U.S. government agencies are at risk of illegally destroying public records and the National Archives is backlogged with hefty volumes of records needing preservation care, the audit by the Government Accountability Office found.

    Audit: National Archives At Risk

  • The facility was backlogged with inmates, and still Webb insisted on bringing in more, no matter how much Declan protested.

    Dreams of a Dark Warrior

  • Nearly 80 percent of U.S. government agencies are at risk of illegally destroying public records and the National Archives is backlogged with hefty volumes of records needing preservation care, the audit by the Government Accountability Office found.

    Audit: National Archives At Risk

  • Nearly 80 percent of U.S. government agencies are at risk of illegally destroying public records and the National Archives is backlogged with hefty volumes of records needing preservation care, the audit by the Government Accountability Office found.

    Audit: National Archives At Risk

  • School maintenance and repairs were permitted under the 2009 stimulus law, but the need is greater today: $271 billion in backlogged maintenance and repairs, according to a study by the 21st Century School Fund.

    Obama jobs plan may call for repairing nation's schools

  • American Airlines said Wednesday it already had rescheduled all its backlogged passengers.

    Americans think twice about hitting the road this weekend

  • School maintenance and repairs were permitted under the 2009 stimulus law, but the need is greater today: $271 billion in backlogged maintenance and repairs, according to a study by the 21st Century School Fund.

    Obama jobs plan may call for repairing nation's schools

  • Nearly 80 percent of U.S. government agencies are at risk of illegally destroying public records and the National Archives is backlogged with hefty volumes of records needing preservation care, the audit by the Government Accountability Office found.

    Audit: National Archives At Risk

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