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

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Decorated with human figures: applied to porcelain and fine pottery: as, an imaged tea-service.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • The dimmest personality in those offices was the girl whose name imaged to everyone little more than a pencil, notebook, and typewriting machine.

    Grain of Dust.

  • "imaged" - over the OS X-Install DVD to a USB-Drive .. but have the same result, just faster.

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  • Could the TSA procedures also shift the mind to the everyday experiences of transgender people, whose genitals are "imaged" by acquaintances without apology?

    Hayley Gorenberg: TSA Screening Reveals Transgender People's Experiences for All of Us

  • The society said that in this case the galaxy was "imaged" on Friday, New Year's Eve, and the supernova was located on Sunday.

    CBC | Top Stories News

  • An iPhone has up to 32 gigabytes of data that can be '' imaged '' or decoded with the right equipment, Mr Coulthart said, even if it has been deleted.

    The Age News Headlines

  • Zayed also seized 57 computers, including five network servers, that have been "imaged" and are in the process of being shared with regulators and the U.S. rss feed

  • "imaged," the Klein laptop's hard drive on December 8, 2005. 2


  • I bet you never imaged in a million years that your research and project about ATLAS would eventually bring you into the exact laboratory that you studied for the mural at Redux Contemporary Art Center.

    Seth Curcio: Super Symmetry: Painting the Particle Accelerator

  • I can use a legitimate license to make the imaged OS, but something in the Windows version of VMWare makes it not run on that platform (even through all the hardware and drivers are virtualized).

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  • Now receding towards the farthest point in its eccentric 75 year orbit, Halley was some 4,200 million km distant in 2003, when its frozen quiescent nucleus was last imaged as a faint smudge a billion times too dim to be seen with the naked eye.

    Spacewatch: the lovely legacy of comets


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