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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of participate.


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  • * John McCain participates in a health care tour and roundtable as well as a media availability in Miami, Florida.

    ON THE TRAIL: Monday, April 28, 2008

  • Nevertheless, the rational universal in which conversation participates is so little a respecter of persons that the implicit threat to the conventions surrounding its own convention remains.

    Post-Secular Conviviality

  • * John McCain participates in an environmental roundtable discussion and holds a media availability in North Bend, Washington.

    ON THE TRAIL: Tuesday, May 13, 2008

  • Alpha-catenin participates in regulation of actin-containing cytoskeletal filaments.

    Cadherins, Part 1

  • Symptomatic of this reduction, and the larger loss in which it participates, is the "violence pornography" of American action films, which, according to Jameson, proffers a

    How to Do the History of Pornography: Romantic Sexuality and its Field of Vision

  • How many and who actually participates is questionable.

    How News Is Made aka The Mysterious Missing Christians

  • Suriname participates in the Amazonian Pact, a grouping of the countries of the Amazon Basin that focuses on protection of the Amazon region's natural resources from environmental degradation.


  • The month when it's everybody's goal (everybody who participates, that is) to end up looking like Tom Hanks halfway through "Castaway" or Robert Redford in

    The Daily Barometer

  • The law provides the authority to "develop and determine" the national intelligence budget, but the director merely "participates" in setting the spending for military intelligence programs that are set by the defense secretary.

    Blair's resignation may reflect inherent conflicts in job of intelligence chief

  • The rock's hitting the window is an event in which the rock "participates" in a certain way, and it is because the rock participates in events in this way that we credit the rock itself with causal efficacy.

    Abstract Objects


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