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  • adv. bonded by cement or a similar substance
  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of cement.


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  • With "Random Winds" (1980), the story of a doctor and the three women who haunt his life, and "Eden Burning" (1982), about a wealthy young woman who endures rape only to become pregnant with her attacker's child, Mrs. Plain cemented her reputation as what the Times called "the queen of family-saga writers."

    Belva Plain, 95

  • Good idea to rediscover cement, a lots of plastic objects could be converted in cemented, but this thing will broke my NetBook into two pieces

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  • And Hendrick does want to win more championships, even though the 2010 title cemented the organization as one of the best in professional sports. rss feed

  • With her name cemented in the Georgia softball record books, Goler can turn her attention to breaking some prestigious conference records as well - the SEC single-season record for home runs (25) and RBIs (79).

    Arbiter Online

  • So it might come as a surprise that having her name cemented in the athletic history of Penn State's Beaver Campus in Monaca appeals to Green, a sophomore point guard on the school's women's basketball team. - News

  • “Kaka?!” he shrieked, envisioning the horrible name cemented in stone by the State of California.


  • I shook my head more vigorously and mouthed the word no, while keeping an appropriately sedate expression cemented to my face.

    Goodnight Nobody

  • So what he did was gather up the three filled tumblers in his long fingers, still the convulsive twitching of his whiskers and lips, and return to the pair, a pleasant expression cemented in place.

    The False Mirror

  • In the next four numbers the friendship of Jonathan and David is cemented, which is followed by a three-verse hymn ( "While yet thy Tide of Blood runs high"), of a very stately character, sung by the High

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  • Guitarist Slash, formerly of Guns 'n' Roses and now appearing as one of the many digitally animated character-avatars available to Guitar Hero players, told Rolling Stone magazine that the release of Aerosmith and Metallica's dedicated titles cemented the game's "credibility". - Frontpage RSS Feed


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