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


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  • Swiss Finance Minister Hans-Rudolf Merz said he and German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble had "initialed" a basic agreement that must now be reviewed by the German and Swiss governments.

    Germany, Switzerland Near Tax Deal

  • I can't think of any "initialed" person I don't adore.

    The Name Game

  • The file of slides, the envelopes and the test tubes were identified by computer-generated labels initialed by me, the fruits of yet one more of Margaret’s programs.


  • The two sides have 'initialed' an agreement on civil nuclear cooperation, but are yet to conclude it.

    India eNews

  • I do not want the government to spend my money on how they want to give money to people who think they are "initialed" to it verses working for it and give to those people who currently do not pay any taxes as all.

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  • The two sides have "initialed" an agreement on civil nuclear cooperation, but are yet to conclude it.

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  • Judging from the oral arguments, it is far from clear that a majority of the justices, let alone all of them, are ready to find the "initialed" memorandum of agreement unconstitutional.


  • "initialed" by Mr. Byerly and chief EU negotiator Daniel Calleja in Brussels and is expected to be signed by the end of June, once U.S. ownership rules change, American carriers will be allowed to fly directly from Europe to five countries - yet to be named - beyond the EU borders.

    The Washington Times stories: Latest Headlines

  • Mr. Levethan, she says, was particularly drawn to dated pieces that gave a glimpse into the lives of their original owners, like 17th-century wedding or retirement gifts that were initialed on the back.

    Going Dutch: Why American Buyers Love Delft

  • He initialed the note and handed it to Sanders, saying, “This is history.”

    Burial for a King


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