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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of frame.
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- adj. provided with a frame. Opposite of
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- adj. provided with a frame
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Close up – eye level – Ivy and August framed from the shoulders up.
Feedback is consistently good to work with, and always framed from a writer's perspective.
All that said, my post was not really about your post as much as an idea I have been trying to figure out how to write for a while: That the authenticity debate, as normally framed, is off when it comes to McCain.
To summarize two basic points for those steeped in framed construction:
Thus Gaskin framed virtually all of his teaching in Monday Night Class in gender-neutral terms. 59 And yet Gaskin and his village, like the Free Families in their communes, found that their efforts to create a countercultural lifeway frequently ran up against questions about manhood and womanhood.
I also agree that Richard Heene was just using the media to get his name framed on Tv.
Times reporter Jonathon Martin framed his report in this single sentence: "[T] his much is known: A young man was killed on a crowded sidedwalk ... and the confessed shooter was allowed to walk out of a police station."
The question you framed is a false one because there is no right answer (Yes, I support torturing innocent people; no, I don't support torturing innocent people).
Waiting to be framed is an illustrated letter from Crossword Girl by Andrew.
I saw the story of one of these Brits on 60 Minutes the other day - he was basically framed by the Saudis for committing a terrorist act (framed is too kind a word - they simply arrested him with no evidence).