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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of confederate.

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Examples

  • It has become a Saudi palatinate, a confederated province of Saudi Arabia, a pocket-size weasel state from which all journalists should in future use the dateline: Manama, Occupied Bahrain.

    Bahrain to sue Independent newspaper over articles

  • The interlocking ways in which a vast country shaped an individual poet, even as he shaped its contentious, loosely confederated poets, is the subject of Aidan Wasley's "The Age of Auden."

    Keeper of the Affirming Flame

  • Except they re-confederated in 2003, the current flag is based on the confederate national flag.

    Matthew Yglesias » Pro-Slavery

  • Another thing: by the time of the partitions, the Poles had come up with a solution to the liberum veto through the mechanism of the confederated sejm, in which there was no veto (sort of like a modified Committee of the Whole to expedite parliamentary business).

    Matthew Yglesias » 18th Century Polish Strategic Dilemmas

  • At times, Mr. Chávez and top Cuban officials have talked of melding the two countries into a single confederated state—an unpopular idea among most Venezuelans.

    In Cuba, a Prayer for Chávez

  • Joe Wilson wing nut from the GOP confederated Taliban state of south carolina.

    CNN Poll: Double-digit post-speech jump for Obama plan

  • It has become a Saudi palatinate, a confederated province of Saudi Arabia, a pocket-size weasel state from which all journalists should in future use the dateline: Manama, Occupied Bahrain.

    Bahrain to sue Independent newspaper over articles

  • Except they re-confederated in 2003, the current flag is based on the confederate national flag.

    Matthew Yglesias » Pro-Slavery

  • Another thing: by the time of the partitions, the Poles had come up with a solution to the liberum veto through the mechanism of the confederated sejm, in which there was no veto (sort of like a modified Committee of the Whole to expedite parliamentary business).

    Matthew Yglesias » 18th Century Polish Strategic Dilemmas

  • Finally, Polk admonished his countrymen on the urgency of preserving the confederated union, “to which we are so much indebted for our growth in population and wealth, and for all that constitutes us a great and happy nation.”

    A Country of Vast Designs

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