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

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. heated, driven, or produced by burning fuel


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  • I forsee a November win fueled by the outrage of Clintons supporters.

    A Clinton backer turns to McCain

  • The win fueled their drive for the franchise's first ever postseason berth - they began the day sixth in the super-tight Western Conference - and made Hitchcock just the 13th NHL coach to hit the 500-win plateau.

  • The Suns lead the series 3-2 after Wednesday's 114-108 win fueled by Nash's triple-double (34 points, 13 assists and 12 rebounds). - Suns' Nash putting damper on Mavs so far in playoffs

  • Parker again fueled a rally with 11 of his 25 points in the third quarter as the Spurs took a huge step toward the NBA

  • "It's almost like those other albums were retail mixtapes used … to keep him out there in the streets and in people's minds," says Creekmur, who adds that the emergence of rappers Drake and Nicki Minaj on Lil Wayne's Young Money Entertainment label fueled his popularity.

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  • Certainly brother Lee's use of initials CMA rather than directly using the name fueled a great deal of speculation that he was referring to Casey Marie Anthony.

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  • That's what makes him what many call the world's greatest living choreographer - a title fueled by his keen observations of human What: Tempo Festival of Dance Where and when: Venues across town, September 26-October 31; opens today with a parade from 360 Queen St to Britomart, 1. 30-4pm www. for programme and ticketing - Articles related to Local author targeted by conservatives discusses Obama book

  • Edward Koch, whose scandal-ridden third term fueled the term limits movement, have also backed Bloomberg.

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  • AIDS, and the annihilation and awareness of gay men, again fueled the finite level of Despair of needed in the temporal life, the second level of Despair “Who Am I?”, and also the ultimate level of Despair exposed by Kierkegaard, ‘connecting with the beyond”.

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  • Between Limbaugh’s oxycontin fueled rants and the two evil twins condesending, scripted rhetoric, I wanted to hurl!

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