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


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  • I mented to sez “tihs dansing is teh de highed rating werk,” ob corse.

    Iz dis ur idea of a joke? - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • It told us more bullshit about highed speed and new technologies, and stated that the change of phone central would take place on "October, 12 and October, 13" with an and, not a or or between.

    The ADSL saga, part 1.

  • It cures what ails the crabby, grumpy, sugar-highed, hopped up, sleep deprived preteen girl.

    Archive 2006-08-01

  • Then I took them to gingi's boy's party and my people were too highed up and couldn't deal.

    partygirl Diary Entry

  • ¶ Vertu wold not tari but highed hy {m} thyd {er} bliue

    The Assemble of Goddes

  • Full of sexy women standing out in red - and that pilot with the crafty wink who just knows he's gonna get mile-highed til he passes out (why else did they invent autopilot?).

    Army Rumour Service

  • Issues such as this speak volumes about the lack of consistency for highed ed QA / QC accreditation processes between regional and national associations.

    Inside Higher Ed

  • You know the black suede thigh-highed boots, flowing skirt and black shawl?

    Toronto Sun

  • In January, households poured 339.7 million leva into new deposits, lured by highed interest rates from banks fighting for financing from the domestic market.

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  • As therefore the highed perfec - of purfuing tion of intcllcftual nature lies in a careful true happi - and conftant purfuit of true and folid hap -

    An Essay Concerning Human Understanding


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