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- adj. Having a label, tagged.
- adj. Defined or described.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of label.
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- adj. bearing or marked with a label or tag
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Her name labeled her: Zola, meaning outcast, forever preceded her birth name, Luz.
There is also a "guide to the falls," who wears his title labeled on his hat; otherwise, indeed, one might as soon think of asking for a gentleman usher to point out the moon.
Specifically, we use the term labeled "adjusted income from operations" as the principle measure of performance for CIGNA in our operating segments.
Specifically, we use the term labeled "adjusted income from operations" as the principal measure of performance for CIGNA in our operating segments.
Beethoven, do you still collect your old feces and urea in labeled mason jars on display in your “china” cabinet?
A zoolike collection of exotic fur coats ( "It's been a bloodbath -- furs are my weakness," she admits) is maintained in labeled cloth bags, while a season's lesser models get relegated to nonslip hangers in the nosebleed back row.
It shows a figure climbing up a steep mountain labeled "career," reaching the top and then leaping over a deep precipice onto the top of another mountain, labeled "retirement."
The press screamed bloody murder — Joe Klein labeled the former “one of the sleaziest ads I've ever seen;” Joy Behar of “The View” [...]
With "porno" in the title, this project has been labeled from the start as something that will push the boundaries of the acceptable (as all of Smith's movies do), but the MPAA still wasn't letting anything slide.
On McCain's strategy: "He realizes the Republican brand as it's being labeled is a problem for him and so he has tread this fine line: be a Republican, utilize George Bush to raise money but try to carve out this maverick, independent image which is very difficult because in order to win the primary he had to embrace many of those traditional Republican traditions."