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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of characterize.


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  • Update: Mark Halperin characterizes Edwards 'doubts about Obama's toughness in a crass way that necessitates an apology.

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  • Palin characterizes the diplomatic position of Henry Kissinger, James Baker and Colin Powell as "beyond naive".

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  • Yet McCain characterizes the statements as a profound misunderstanding?

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  • Queen Victoria (1819-1901) is known to Americans perhaps more than any other British monarch in part because her name characterizes an ethos or outlook that is oddly critical to America's own cultural self-definition.

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  • Famine again characterizes the world in the centuries following Roman agriculture until the development and application of science in the 19th century.

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  • A love of truth, as the phrase characterizes Huxley, would necessarily produce a scholarly habit of mind.

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  • Granite State a certain propensity to pass all the modulations of his voice through his nose; and the effort to make a suppressed sound brought that member more than usually into requisition, thereby producing a certain disagreeable combination that destroyed everything like music that commonly characterizes the Italian words.

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  • For those who’ve not heard of her, Charles Bernstein characterizes Adam as “the most exuberantly anachronistic of second wave modernist poets.”

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  • As to bullshit, that word characterizes most, if not all of the objections you put forward.

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  • If one word characterizes the responses you're likely to get (and please report on them) that word is: "elusive."

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