from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • adj. Moving about freely.
  • adj. An institution lending from its collection, especially of books, on condition of membership.
  • v. Present participle of circulate.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. moving or flowing in a circuit and returning to the same point.
  • adj. passing from one to another.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. passing from one to another


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  • Cody Franson also enters the lineup to face his former team after sitting as a healthy scratch for all but four games this season and having his name circulating widely in trade rumours.

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  • Folks who also reported feeling hungrier had more of the appetite-trigger hormone grehlin circulating in their bodies when their sleep was restricted.

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  • The pretext to begin circulating Perry's name for a presidential run will be easily established, and the Tea Partiers that he energized with his irresponsible talk of secession will slowly turn pragmatic and confront the question of who can win in 2012.

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  • Once I'm sure the RC that has been circulating is the real deal, I'll probably switch back and see if my front audio ports work (the reason I went back to XP) kzrssk

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  • Now that the restoration is complete and the film will begin circulating, Ms. Schulberg (who collaborated with the filmmaker and sound designer Josh Waletzky on the project) has come to terms with the suppression of her father's work — whether it was by Hollywood or the gov ernment, which was advancing the Marshall Plan.

    Out of the Ashes, a Triumph

  • It collects lies in circulating email chains and debunks them.

    Barack Obama will not be swift-boated

  • Even now people have to be very careful in circulating them, and the books should never be put into the hands of persons not in robust health.

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  • The Houston children will be among the first Americans to view the coin, which is set to begin circulating Feb. 15.

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  • The NYTimes article that's currently circulating is a johnny-come-lately to the drug-related news in Mexico.

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  • The last story she would want circulating is one that makes her sound like Nazi film directrix Leni Riefenstahl brainstorming with Himmler and Goebbels over the specs for the Master Race's next generation.

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