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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of inventory.

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Examples

  • Consider this: half of the 80,000 genes inventoried from the Costa Rican termites remain unidentified, and each of those 40,000, Warnecke imagines, could require a Ph.D. thesis to figure out.

    Gut Reactions

  • Consider this: half of the 80,000 genes inventoried from the Costa Rican termites remain unidentified, and each of those 40,000, Warnecke imagines, could require a Ph.D. thesis to figure out.

    Gut Reactions

  • As I "inventoried" the materialistic things I care about they boiled down to other people's artwork, writing or activism that I care about too, i.e., paintings, Amelia Earhart's signature on her first book, a first edition book by Eleanor Roosevelt with her autograph, etc.

    Ellen Snortland: Disasters: Where There's Smoke... There's a Silver Lining

  • But, at a period of prosperity like that which prevailed in 1832, 3, 4, 5, and 6, the hereditary dollar was not worth more than twelve and a half cents, as compared with the "inventoried" dollar.

    Autobiography of a Pocket-Handkerchief

  • This house had been purchased and mortgaged, generally simultaneous operations with this great operator, as soon as he had "inventoried" half a million.

    Autobiography of a Pocket-Handkerchief

  • "inventoried," as he expressed it, just two millions, six hundred and twelve thousand dollars; a handsome sum, it must be confessed, for a man who, when he began his beneficent and energetic career in this branch of business, was just twenty-three thousand, four hundred and seventeen dollars worse than nothing.

    Autobiography of a Pocket-Handkerchief

  • While returning all the separate inventoried items to the evidence box, Gil had picked up the tampon holder.

    Fatal Error

  • What mystified Gil most, however, were the contents of the purse, all of which he had carefully inventoried.

    Fatal Error

  • Over one million acres of federally-inventoried roadless wildlands protected under the Roadless Rule and the Roadless Initiative would be classified as "Timber Suitable or Open to Harvest."

    Montana To Consider Bill Protecting Fish Habitat and Forest Jobs

  • The Fed statement also inventoried a laundry list of economic maladies, and warned of "significant downside risk to the economic outlook"—leading to a whole-scale selloff of growth-based assets, such as equities, crude and other commodities.

    Oil Prices Plummet 6.3%

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