from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- v. Past tense and past participle of deal1.
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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of deal.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Preterit and past participle of deal.
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There are counselors who can help you negotiate a payment plan with creditors through what they call a dealt management plan.
The essay under this title dealt with the subject in a most fascinating manner, and was probably the first to arouse widespread interest in this aspect of natural science.
But as Wisconsin dealt with the finality of its NCAA second-round knockout at the hands of 12th-seeded Cornell, the Badgers needed only to look at where they began the 2009-10 campaign in order to acknowledge their season as a success.
Coach Don Verlin dealt with off-court issues all season.
This sort of thing has been going on at least since Comte and Isaiah Berlin dealt with it (IMO, definitively) 60 years ago in his On Liberty essays.
LaRoche will see considerably more playing time after being dealt from the Dodgers to the Pirates at last week's trading deadline.
In addition, the insinuation that the rest of the titles dealt with governmental discrimination was misleading at best, if not wrong.
Especially not tailback Thomas Jones, who came to New York a year ago after being dealt from the Chicago Bears, whom he helped reach the Super Bowl.
After being dealt from the Pistons to Raptors on Thursday, center Primoz Brezec drove from Detroit to Toronto, took a physical Friday morning, then caught a flight to New York so he could join the team.
Marat Safin dealt Roger Federer his first set loss of the Aussie Open and will make his third appearance in the finals.