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


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  • They are interested only in what can be milked from the area in profits.

    Clear Channel wants more

  • The Bedouin milked a mother camel and offered me the bowl.

    The Backside of War

  • Reagen and at IKE were all dead fish who "milked" their offices as lame ducks!

    Rove: Palin's resignation lacks clear strategy

  • He steps out of an elevator and beholds before him a vast, seemingly limitless atrium, stacked row upon row with stainless steel racks containing human bodies being "milked" for their blood.

    Dan Persons: ReelzChannel: The Top Ten "Oh, Come On" Moments in Sci-Fi Movies

  • Given the already high level of social security contributions, that shrinking labor pool cannot be "milked" much harder to maintain tax revenues, as they would lose the incentive to work.

    Germany's Labor Market Turnaround

  • Best to sell before potential suitors might start seeing too many reasons to doubt that the company's growth is sustainable, or that it's potential can be "milked" by a big media company to the extent they think they could.

    All Bets Are Off

  • Given the choice of non-free with DRM, etc and free, I see only one choice for educators, and for the masses ignorant of how they are being controlled, "milked" or "shorn."

    join the Free Software Foundation

  • All the adult human males but a handful were killed, and those that were kept were 'milked' for their sperm.

    Old Mans War

  • Claiming that his girlfriend and her family had "milked" his fortune, Tengende gunned her down together with her sister, seriously injuring three others.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Whites were being "milked" to finance the outstanding municipal accounts of blacks, the Afrikaner Volksfront said on Monday.

    ANC Daily News Briefing


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