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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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There is also a "guide to the falls," who wears his title labelled on his hat; otherwise, indeed, one might as soon think of asking for a gentleman usher to point out the moon.
Originally, materials do not come in labelled packages: you can make almost anything you are interested in.
So into the dustbin labelled "idle thinking" went that policy too, to the despair of the dozens of very expert and dedicated people who worked countless hours to produce it – people who saw hope in a rejuvenated Conservative Party and who will never, ever vote Tory as long as Cameron is even a smear on the face of this planet.
Tom Rea said this was because many of the ingredients in Irish-labelled goods, such as fruit, cannot be produced here.
No specific dates have been given for release but the titles labelled for the Xbox360 are:
For those of you sheep who read articles on the net just because it’s there in front of you, then complain about them being “off topic” and “whinging”, here’s a handy tip, when you see a title labelled “How Qantas Made Life Harder For Stranded Passengers”, chances are its not a tech tip.
The terrorists don’t wear special uniforms, hang out in labelled buildings and make themselves easy targets.
The maps are too few, and are confusingly placed and labelled, which is something you really don't want in a book on military history.
The institute also opposes the proposed actions because, according to SAIRR, they discriminate against whole sectors of the population and propose to ban certain forms of expression labelled
The book is colourfully illustrated with the text presented in a variety of formats such as labelled diagrams, information boxes, sidebars, comparison and statistic bubbles, and activities.