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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of clamp.

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Examples

  • His expression clamped into formidable austerity, then relaxed.

    The Rich Man's Royal Mistress

  • His expression clamped into formidable austerity, then relaxed.

    The Rich Man's Royal Mistress

  • The Lakers once again clamped down on the perimter shooters of the Spurs and limited Tim Duncan to a playoff-low nine points on

    National Basketball Association - Spurs vs. Lakers

  • UPDATE 20071017 Andrew Linden apparently is listening to us, and only the megaprims over 256 m on a side are going to be removed or "clamped" down to 256 m, as he describes it.

    Archive 2007-10-01

  • UPDATE 20071017 Andrew Linden apparently is listening to us, and only the megaprims over 256 m on a side are going to be removed or "clamped" down to 256 m, as he describes it.

    Bye Bye Megaprims - SLOG

  • The packaging is very attractive, replicating a leather "Denham Productions" briefcase whose top slips off to reveal an inner pocket containing four production art prints suitable for framing, a numbered letter of authenticity signed by Jackson but not individually so, and cardboard housing for a kind of clamped writing tablet that holds a 52-page illustrated booklet and the two discs.

    Archive 2005-12-25

  • Ultimately, TRAIN-BATCH arranges for the training examples to be given as input to the learner ( "clamped" on the input nodes of some network) by

    Planet Lisp

  • Two accomplices "clamped" the TV to the man before helping him walk out of the store.

    G4TV - The Feed

  • Children caught talking in class were gagged and then had their necks clamped together between wooden blocks called “whispering sticks.”

    A Renegade History of the United States

  • ChinaFotoPress/Zuma Press HANGING ON: Two dragonflies clamped on a flower stem during a Friday rain shower in Beijing.

    Photos of the Day: July 29

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