Definitions

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

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Examples

  • We at the Kennedy Center -- where the title denoted a three-day celebration of the end of President Michael M. Kaiser's 50-state, 14-month Arts in Crisis tour -- are in tune with the times.

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  • But the judge not only closed off the fair comment defence; he ruled, without giving much indication that he was paying close attention to the arguments or the relevant text, that the term denoted conscious and deliberate dishonesty.

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  • Several people who have talked to military officials said that the officers objected to election "monitors" because they believed the word denoted supervision or control, but that "observers" from nongovernment organizations would be welcome.

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  • The alleged aliens described by Bob Lazar supposedly viewed humans as "containers," but whether this term denoted DNA or something transcendent was never satisfactorily explained.

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  • But, at all events, it showed no ordinary ability and energy for so young a man to have held such position as this title denoted in the fiercely contested political struggles of the new democracy.

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  • I have a title denoted in the code on my overall header page.

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  • King made no comment, but his expression denoted belief.

    In The Time Of Light

  • Her expression denoted a little impromptu wrestling match-reluctance, annoyance, and good manners doing takedowns.

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  • When she saw that the stranger bent his eyes a great portion of the time on herself, and that their expression denoted the same sentiment in him as filled her own bosom, she turned her face away to fix them in listless gaze upon a distant object.

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  • For, as his name denoted, he was engaged in politics -- an Irish-Canadian, a Free Trader, a

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