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


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  • Some fall under the term "partnered nonmonogamy," which involves outside sexual relationships, but no emotional attachment, said Tristan Taormino, the author of "Opening Up," a 2008 survey of 100 nonmonogamous relationships in this country that includes advice on managing jealousy and parenting duties for latter-day Bobs and Carols and Teds and Alices.

    NYT > Global Home

  • To reward people simply for being married or 'civilly-partnered' is absurd - I could understand if it was for working parents ...

    Image and the Man from the Manse

  • He also supported Israel's aggressive wars against Lebanon, Gaza and the West Bank, and, in short, partnered in backing war and avoiding peace.

    Reinventing A War Criminal

  • Men, mostly married and long-term partnered men, pay prostitutes to buy softness and affection?

    Meth-fueled prostitution in the Rockies

  • By grown-ups, I mean people who have been long-term partnered, had children and amassed a collection of scars and nice waistcoats.

    The Guardian World News

  • Long term partnered with a current "don't ask, don't tell" policy.

    The Beautiful Kind - Work the Kinks OUT!

  • Earlier this year, its Classic Rock title partnered with former Guns 'n' Roses guitarist, Slash, to exclusively distribute his solo debut album across the UK.

    New Statesman

  • In 2005 – Senator John McCain partnered with three other Senate Republicans to reform the government’s involvement in lending.

    Think Progress » Wall Street Bankers And Investors Fund New Media Platform For Gov. Bob McDonnell’s SOTU Response

  • I don't know the back story on his Synthi VSTi, I persume he hatched the idea partnered with a programmer associate and for whatever reason decided to charge a lot for it.

    Virtual Synthi

  • During the past two years, the big labels partnered with ad-supported streaming services such as Imeem, MySpace Music, and Last. fm (owned by CBS, parent company of CNET News).



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