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


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  • He didn't say that the British way is better, cleaner, more constitutionally bulwarked – because, actually, it isn't.

    Big Brother may be off-air but he has got his beady eyes on BBC trustees

  • The Nationals bulwarked his effort with a breakout offensive night, led by Dunn's monstrous two-run home run in the second inning and capped when Ian Desmond - who had struck out four times Monday night and then refused a day off Tuesday - blasted a solo shot in the ninth.

    Livan Hernandez powers Washington Nationals past Atlanta Braves, 6-0

  • Christopher Wren's great fire Monument in the City of London is to be surrounded bulwarked by this bizarre, pleated accordion mirror-building which will leave only the tip of the Monument visible, serving as part of a giant sundial.

    Boing Boing

  • The WSJ is leaking and it's a sad thing that a formerly trusted institution, which once had strong, bulwarked boundaries, has begun the much expected, post Murdoch acquisition, slippery slide.

    Printing: Rove's Obama Hit-Job Re-Run Oozes Out of Murdoch's Wall Street Journal Op-Ed Section

  • But their sleep is punctuated by screams, and their days are bulwarked by prayer, booze -- anything to keep the past at bay.

    War Wounds

  • Then he climbed to the mountain top, and, descending the opposite slope, fared on two days till he came in sight of a walled and bulwarked city, abounding in trees and rills.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • Atlantis, so hints came to me steadily that Ponape and Lele and their basalt bulwarked islets were the last points of the slowly sunken western land clinging still to the sunlight, and had been the last refuge and sacred places of the rulers of that race which had lost their immemorial home under the rising waters of the

    The Moon Pool

  • Twin monoliths bulwarked the passage end; the gigantic stones were leaning, crumbling.

    The Metal Monster

  • South of “Little Fish,” again, a barren tract of white sand will show the “Last Tree,” an inhospitable region, waterless, and bulwarked by a raging sea.

    Two Trips to Gorilla Land and the Cataracts of the Congo

  • Chekov found them arguing in the hallway outside one of the bulwarked rooms, each apparently blaming the other for having locked the door on their way out.

    The Kobayashi Maru


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