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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of consult.

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Examples

  • Presidential Historian Doris Kearns Goodwin consulted on the project and said people who see the show should feel a greater sense of closeness to the presidents.

    Disney adds President Obama to attraction

  • Having learned such precautions, Martin consulted "The Duchess" for tone, and proceeded to mix according to formula.

    Chapter 28

  • Chicago D Adrian Aucoin consulted with doctors in Toronto on Friday about a groin injury that has kept him out of the lineup for the last six games and 17 games overall this season.

    USATODAY.com - Hockey - Nashville vs. Chicago

  • During that time Timlin consulted a sports psychologist, who taught him how to shake off setbacks by focusing on the things he does well.

    USATODAY.com - Red Sox's Timlin better with age

  • Former Nirvana drummer not consulted; is pissed. posted by Eric 10: 44 PM |

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  • Having learned such precautions, Martin consulted "The Duchess" for tone, and proceeded to mix according to formula.

    Chapter 28

  • Mr. Haultain consulted them in other matters involved in Autonomy, but on this problem he did not, assuming that under Section 93 of the British North America Act, the Province would have jurisdiction in matters of education.

    North-West Autonomy

  • Lord Malden being again consulted, it was determined that the Prince should meet Mrs. Robinson for a few moments at Kew, 1 on the banks of the Thames, opposite to the old palace, then the summer residence of the elder princes.

    Memoirs of Mary Robinson

  • If Mrs. Minchin consulted Mrs. Buller about a cook, that particular cook might be discussed for five minutes, but the rest of a two hours 'visit would probably be devoted to recollections of Aunt Theresa's cooks past and present, Mrs. Minchin's "colored cooks" in Jamaica, and the cooks engaged by the mothers and grandmothers of both ladies.

    Six to Sixteen: A Story for Girls

  • He shook Dr. Marchmont by the hand, and assuring him he would weigh well all he had said, and take no measure till he had again consulted with him, remounted his horse, and slowly walked it back to Cleves.

    Camilla: or, A Picture of Youth

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