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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of demand.


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  • But when EMI, which owns the rights to Beatles sound recordings, heard about the popular mix, lawyers for the label demanded that Danger Mouse stop selling his record.

    Grey Album Fans Protest Clampdown

  • In hindsight, that's one of the only things we've done that the label demanded.

    The Full Feed from

  • That isn't the only uproar - a fan "reBELLYon" was sparked when her label demanded she remove "uncommercially fat" shots of her stomach from the video for


  • "And where'd either of you be, if it wasn't for me with my knowledge of the sea?" the captain demanded aggrievedly.


  • Mr. Pike cursed him with fearful, unrepeatable words, and again demanded what he was doing there.


  • When Sarah Palin demanded that Obama fire Rahm and managed to make the subject about her, while Rahm had to acquiesce into some special-needs charity gestures.

    John Wellington Ennis: How Rahm Bombed

  • The gunman again demanded "the stuff" but Mr. Moreno again refused and began struggling with the gunman.

    Pace Student Killed in Home

  • The air force tried to transfer her to Okinawa, but Mikey Weinstein demanded an investigation, and eventually a deal was struck: the only chaplain to speak up for religious freedom was made a civilian.

    Jeff Sharlet: Christianity in the Military: Are Chaplains Becoming Increasingly Fundamentalist?

  • Here he again demanded my reasons for wishing to go.


  • Martin demanded menacingly, possessing himself of it.

    Chapter 33


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