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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of indict.


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  • Lowenstein indicts the cult of share value and its effect on the predominantly white men who run big corporations.

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  • The number next to the pinyin word indicts the specific tone.

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  • That James’ business took off after taking a man’s name indicts not James but the world in which she is forced to operate.

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  • Grand Jury indicts dealers based on this evidence.

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  • Yet in the context of the list culture that Mr. Jacobs indicts, Whim does provide a valuable service.

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  • Of course, he focuses his critique on Jacobsen who he indicts for being “out of sync with the district.”

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  • A far cry from a "wish you were here" postcard, the poem indicts any poetic act that fails in such a context to push beyond consoling tropes and the familiar poetic recourses to myths such as the fall, "the one we love about/The season's redemptive powers, its/Dazzling imitation of death."

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  • In his recent article in the Journal of the American Medical Association, Dr. David Ludwig of Harvard calls for a shift from a nutrient-based to a whole foods based approach to our dietary guidelines. (vi) He indicts our current dietary guidelines showing how these recommendations have led to our chronic disease epidemic.

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  • She traces young Adi Patel's disintegration into alcoholism; indicts Dosamai, the old neighborhood gossip; exposes the shattering romantic betrayal Soli Contractor suffered many years ago; depicts the rise of Jimmy Kanga, the local success story; and examines the history of the reclusive wisdow Tehmi Engineer.

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  • February 2011: A judge indicts him on charges of paying Karima El Mahroug, below, an underage girl, for sex and abusing his office in a coverup attempt.

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