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


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  • No student is allowed to talk or otherwise interact with another student of the opposite sex outside of a "chaperoned" area.

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  • At a meeting scheduled for June 25, the SEC will also propose removing barriers to U.S. investors dealing with foreign broker-dealers, including a requirement that foreign brokers be "chaperoned" by a U.S. broker.

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  • My previous jaunts to D.C. were quite short and usually "chaperoned", hence I'd never really taken part in the nightlife scene at all.

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  • And now, since you will not put me quite at my ease by assuming, in words, that I have been properly 'chaperoned' here,

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  • Since launching last year and giving music fans across Australia the chance to see great new music live, the first JD Set tour for 2009 will feature your choice of bands "chaperoned" around the countryside by the illustrious Mr. Rogers and Co.

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  • And now, since you will not put me quite at my ease by assuming, in words, that I have been properly 'chaperoned' here, I must inform you that my father waits hard by -- is, as my riotous young brother says, 'without on the mat.'"

    Mrs. Falchion, Volume 2.

  • The spectacle featured 39 miniature models who paraded a catwalk inside the company's Fifth Avenue flagship, wearing logo-printed capes, tiered peasant skirts and skinny pants, all chaperoned by Kelly Rutherford of "Gossip Girl."

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  • Spokesmen for some of the banks say that to ensure nonpublic information isn't improperly shared, the gatherings are chaperoned by bank compliance officials who vet traders' questions in advance.

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  • And then there's his Mormon "home teacher," a godfather-like figure who taught young Mike principles of their faith, chaperoned him at the swimming pool and, once, as a prank, locked the boy in his garage.

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  • "Every day, it is getting safer now," said Hussein Ali, a 56-year-old electrical engineer, as he chaperoned his family through the square on Wednesday night.

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