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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of field.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Engaged in the field; encamped.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Being in the field of battle; encamped.
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Another device being fielded is the Sherlock, which helps troops detect explosives made from fertilizer, the primary component of bombs in Afghanistan.
In Mr. Akindele's office in Warri, the oil hub of the Western part of the Niger Delta, one of the calls fielded on a recent day by the official was from a citizen reporting oil pollution from a nearby Chevron Corp. facility.
After Anderson led off with a single, Valentin fielded Betemit's grounder in the hole between first and second.
These days, many of the calls fielded by his Park Avenue office are from people he's never met.
In the first inning of his first game this spring, Larkin fielded a ball in the hole the same play and completed it without mishap.
After a leadoff walk to Jose Molina, David Eckstein fielded a bunt and threw wildly past first base, allowing Molina to advance to third.
The director and co-founder of SITE, Rita Katz, noted the volume of Irhabi’s posts, many of them “very time-consuming uploads,” and the numerous requests he fielded from the al-Ansar community as evidence that “he could not have been a one-man operation.”
According to data on calls fielded between July and May, the types of complaints vary by borough.
Q These are strictly coming in on the comment line, no calls fielded personally by the President?
That was one of the weirder calls fielded by Mark Grega, co-founder of Elk Grove Village-based Strictly