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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of herald.
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- adj. widely publicized.
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- adj. publicly announced
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You can bet your ass that had he found data that supported the Cheney administrations case for war, it would have been heralded from the hilltops ..
Why isn't his name heralded over the length and breadth of the kingdom in paeans of praise?
More substantial still was Miguel Azguime's (ThS) inking Survival Kit, the eccentric orthography of whose title heralded a work of imagination but almost wilful obscurity.
In fact, the model minority designation heralded upon the AAPI community in 1966 had less to do with celebrating student achievement, and had more to do with reinforcing negative stereotypes of African-American students as underachievers at the height of the Civil Rights Movement.
But if there's any sign that this is an old message that's being heralded, that is going to raise a whole host of questions among his followers as to what his status is.
I'll Be Your Mirror London, Alexandra Palace - review A name change heralded the first major All Tomorrow's Parties weekender in London, which usually confines its leftfield line-ups to out-of-season holiday camps.
To get their photons, they used two different light sources: a laser with the power turned down so that it only emitted one photon at a time, and a source of quantum light called heralded single photons.
The bronze shell-shaped coins heralded the mintage of Chinese coin.
A rumor quickly spread that the shofar's call heralded the arrival of
A loud trumpeting call heralded the approach of 10 rare sarus cranes, at 153cm the tallest flying birds, which landed on the bank opposite me.