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  • verb Present participle of claim.

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Examples

  • Afghan President Hamid Karzai wins another term claiming 54 percent of last month's votes.

    CNN Transcript Sep 16, 2009

  • David Cameron had previously ruled out a full public inquiry in the short term claiming that the parliamentary select committee inquiries were adequate but the government has now signalled its intention for a "public engagement exercise", with an independent chair, to establish the causes of the riots and looting.

    Downing Street agrees to riot inquiry

  • ROBERTS: Also new this morning, Kellogg's says it will pull a label claiming that Rice Krispies will improve your child's immunity.

    CNN Transcript Nov 5, 2009

  • CHETRY: And also new this morning, Kellogg's says it's going to be pulling a label claiming Rice Krispies and Cocoa Krispies will improve your child's immunity.

    CNN Transcript Nov 5, 2009

  • EWG scientist Sonya Lunder said parents should choose BPA-free types of baby bottles or water bottles and formulas with a label claiming BPA-free to avoid BPA exposure.

    foodconsumer.org

  • Apart from a photo, a title claiming "a fresh perspective", and a transcript of the press conference that announced her to the world (which she re-recited last night), there is little information about her or her "record".

    From Beirut to the Beltway

  • Got it from my father-in-law, and it’s still got the label claiming to hold 250 rounds of .223.

    How To Handle Kitchen Thieves | Lifehacker Australia

  • One cup of Splenda contains 96 calories and 32 grams of carbohydrates, which is substantial for people with diabetes but unnoticed due to the label claiming that it’s a no calorie sweetener.

    My favorite dessert | The Blog of Michael R. Eades, M.D.

  • Indeed, the court found, Gatorade had occasionally gone further than Coca-Cola in claiming performance or hydration benefits.

    Hoist on its own potassium: Gatorade loses to Powerade

  • In the 6 page article, Cramer said that The Daily Show was incorrect in claiming that he had suggested that people buy Bear Stearns stock — when he in fact was just telling people not to pull their money out of Bear Stearns accounts (which are insured against the bank failing).

    Jon Stewart And Jim Cramer %#%@# Hate Each Other - The Consumerist

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