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


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  • Charlemagne, which was to rise in the "imperialized" church.

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  • We now have a situation where most of the third world is being imperialized and exploited, much like it was in the days of the great European empires.

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  • Think of America as a third world country that is about to be imperialized and devoured by the global banking elite andyou'reclose to the mark.

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  • The big worry is that your sons' names will get imperialized by girls, with traumatic consequences as famously described by Johnny Cash.

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  • She found him touching in his ignorance of everything-partying, love, money-felt worldly and desperately caring for this moment of boyhood among his ways imperialized and set (he was 33), his pre-Austerity, in which Scorpia figured as his Last Fling-though herself too young to know that, to know, like Pirate, what the lyrics to "Dancing in the Dark" are really about ....

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  • When the Greek communities became decadent they fell under foreign dominion; Rome imperialized the republic, but never forgot how to rule well in her municipalities; the Germans passed on their democratic ways to the English, and from that source they were brought to America.

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  • Though Pakistan is developing on other fronts of IT projects, it is equally important to develop our country�s defense at the same time, to leave with pride and respect in this imperialized world.


  • Not: …. like a people who imperialized, murdered and conquered all the countries around them throughout their Muslim history but learned THIS:

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  • You can say “excrement” because it’s a Norman French word, and the French imperialized the English language way back in 1066.

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