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

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Examples

  • Perhaps they know only too well that their party, which has done a good line in legalised thieving for the best part of the last century (it's called 'Socialism', by the way), remains peopled with those who cannot resist helping themselves to other people's money and so are trying to minimise the pain for the next batch of Labour MPs found out in larceny.

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  • And, while California's two main gubernatorial candidates, Jerry Brown and Meg Whitman, as well as the US Senate candidates, the contenders for the state attorney general's office, and other senior elected figures came out against the notion of legalised marijuana via the initiative process, the advertising campaign for the "no" camp was half-hearted at best.

    The Guardian World News

  • Commercial agreements, if they are to be binding in two countries, say Germany and England, have to be "legalised," and this must be done at the Embassy, not at the Consulate.

    The Days Before Yesterday

  • People involved in the sector declared that most illegal timber is "legalised" at some stage in the supply chain.

    EcoEarth.Info Environment RSS Newsfeed

  • Megan Fox says she would be the first person to buy 'legalised' weed

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  • The railways had 'legalised' the black-marketing of tickets in reservation in the name of Tatkal.

    The Hindu - Front Page

  • They were told by experts in Indonesia that the report would have to be "legalised" first by the embassy before it could be given to the family.

    SARA - Southeast Asian RSS Aggregator

  • In the 14 mostly liberal states where medicinal use has been "legalised", federal law still forbids cultivating, selling and using the drug.

    New Zealand Herald - Top Stories

  • I think a lot of corrupt activity in Ireland has been "legalised" so there is no need for brown envelopes.

    Politics.ie

  • "The danger is that Migron will be destroyed only to be resurrected in 'legalised' form by the government as a new settlement close by Adam," Mr Etkes said.

    Atlantic Free Press - Hard Truths for Hard Times - Free Press Group, Alternative Opinion, Progressive Media

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