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


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  • The couple, Luis and Janice Jimenez, were evacated from their home due to the soil shift, and are seeking damages for what they say are neglect and fraud.

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  • Joe Dowdle had to be medically evacated from the game days earlier -- quickly agreed to the plan.

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  • 1834 GMT: BBC reporting that more than 1,000 calls have been made to the Foreign Office in London in the last 24 hours by Britons wanting to leave Libya, after about 500 were evacated Thursday.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion


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