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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of emphasize.
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- adj. Having stress or emphasis.
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- adj. spoken with emphasis
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The name emphasized our ancient Native American connection and suited her perfectly.
“The bruises indicate alot ”——the word emphasized for my sake——“of unnecessary force.”
[AS] And just as a last topic, one thing that the committee have emphasized is all three of your work on antibiotics and ribosomes and the structural work on antibiotics interacting with ribosomes.
Palin emphasized that she did not control the fund.
�� Veteran coach Doug Martin emphasized the importance of finishing games during the spring.
If you build two stadiums, you get to keep two streams of revenue (Outcome 1, version (c)), but what needs to be emphasized is that at that point the total debt jumps to more than $100 million.
Mr. Bernanke again emphasized the importance of inflation expectations to the Fed in his speech Friday.
Whether it's crowdsourcing grand national challenges with the new Challenge. gov or creating apps for healthy kids, McLaughlin emphasized the utility of platforms to stimulate innovation.
The point being emphasized is not that Marwa got stabbed by a criminal, but she was stabbed 18 times in a courtroom in the presence of police.
The primary reason for the factory, executives emphasized, is that the United States is the automaker's largest foreign market.