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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of identify.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. recognized; having the identity established.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having the identity known or established
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But that doesn't mean that it's okay that the title identified the ranch and then gave it's location as "Benedict Canyon".
The title identified the tree as Borrachero the Intoxicator.
I was standing in front of what the label identified as a Senufo mask from the Ivory Coast when the Kid returned to tell me that Chance would be with me in a minute.
The label identified the picture as The Dirty Dozen.
Every now and then a word identified itself to me as something I recognized.
In the Reagan era, for example, it was forbidden to use the phrase \ "human rights, \" a term identified with the administration of President Jimmy Carter.
In the Reagan era, for example, it was forbidden to use the phrase "human rights," a term identified with the administration of President Jimmy Carter.
On the padd, Jake could see four yellow dots representing the team’s active communicators tightly grouped together, blinking in the middle of what a label identified as a storage room.
Poking and prodding at contemporary speech and writing, feminists condemn the use of a term identified with one sex or gender to designate all humanity.
A new fossil has been (re) identified from the Burgess Shale: Hurdia victoria.