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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of intensify.
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- adj. made more severe or intense, especially in law.
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- adj. made more intense
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How much this added to the growing tension between Marx and Hess is not clear, but as the search for a definition intensified, Hess was being driven further and further away from Marx by Engels.
Shmivil, yada yada yada! you are increasing troops!! and engaging in intensified war!! keep the talk about civil issues for later when you are more civilized!
SHM Works undertaken to fortify the city were intensified from the 18th century onwards, although difficulties were encountered in the transportation of materials and labour in this respect.
As the rain intensified, the Sooners continued to pour it on, with Quentin Griffin and Kejuan Jones each rushing for a pair of
"It is our _last_, Jessie," she said, and as she said it the expression intensified, yet it seemed a little forced.
The call intensified efforts to squeeze Gbagbo, who faces growing isolation amid pressure to step down from major international powers including the UN Security Council, the African
Calls intensified for Strauss-Kahn to step down as head of the International Monetary Fund, with U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner saying Strauss-Kahn "is obviously not in a position to run" the agency.
Those calls intensified after ConocoPhillips announced earlier this month that it was splitting its refining and production arms into two separate companies.
Those calls intensified following the AIA deal, given Prudential's need to raise a huge chunk of capital and its desire to be re-rated more as an Asian growth stock than a U.K. life insurer.
After an 0-2 start, calls to dump Coughlin intensified.