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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of conspire.

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Examples

  • Alas, not only the title conspired to make sure that it remained one of the great secrets of 1969, the publishing house was sold just as the book came out, and as a result there was not one iota of publicity to help enlighten the world that my first book was available.

    Kitchen Privileges

  • Alas, not only the title conspired to make sure that it remained one of the great secrets of 1969, the publishing house was sold just as the book came out, and as a result there was not one iota of publicity to help enlighten the world that my first book was available.

    Kitchen Privileges

  • Elliott says Griffin "conspired to keep students and soldiers from voting" in the 2004 election, an unproven allegation that has resulted in no charges.

    Congressional races heat up with personal attacks

  • Stumped and hit for six after technology and her nickname conspired to bowl her a celebrity googly, Ashley Kerekes decided to set the record straight.

    American babysitter hit for six by Ashes mania on Twitter

  • The myth fostered by the administration that Saddam Hussein conspired in the 9/11 attacks is finally dead and so, apparently, is the parallel myth that Iraqis were among that day's hijackers.

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  • Onto challenge numero tres: Warner also noted in its quarterly filing with the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission that it is a defendant in 14 class-action lawsuits filed in New York, California and Washington that claim major record labels conspired to fix prices of online music and CDs.

    Bronfman's Warner Music Beats Wall St. Expectations

  • Monday declined to review a ruling that reinstated an antitrust lawsuit alleging major record labels conspired to fix prices and terms under which music would be sold over the

    FOXNews.com

  • WASHINGTON Reuters - The Supreme Court on Monday declined to review a ruling that reinstated an antitrust lawsuit alleging major record labels conspired to fix prices and terms under which music would be sold over the Internet.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • Supreme Court Monday declined to review a ruling that reinstated an antitrust lawsuit alleging major record labels conspired to fix prices and terms under which music would be sold over the Internet.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • Indeed, the court was dead wrong when it found that Zaccari had not "conspired" to violate Barnes 'free speech rights because no one he consulted with and intended to conspire with would agree with him about punishing Barnes.

    Greg Lukianoff: A Crucial Courtroom Victory for College Students' Rights

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