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


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  • Notably, the company checked the Trujillos 'time sheets against the security gate log of entries and exits, ignoring the fact that workers often "piggybacked" -- failed to show their badges at the gate, following after someone who had -- and had done so for years without comment by the company.

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  • This treatment uses a radiation-emitting isotope "piggybacked" onto an antibody that binds to melanin. - latest science and technology news stories

  • In the past, Pelham officials have "piggybacked" Shelby County's contract with Waste

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  • R.J. Reynolds didn't pay for the editorial spread but states sought to hold the company in contempt, claiming the company "piggybacked" off the spread to promote its products.

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  • In order to watch DVD movies, Apple offered a hardware DVD decoder that "piggybacked" on to the ATI Rage

    Low End Mac

  • These funds were "piggybacked" onto $20.5 million in equity generated through the syndication of GOZone Housing Tax Credits administered by the LHFA.

    CityBusiness Up to the Minute

  • I wasn't going to include Todd in the equation because he kind of piggybacked his answer, but then he told Steamboat to post smut again, and well, that made The Mayor smile, so Todd is in for the ride. New Blogs and RSS Feeds

  • Several buildings were flagged for having power strips "piggybacked," and other electrical issues.

  • "piggybacked" on our extensive state marriage statutes.

    Blue Hampshire

  • So Bell Canada never spent money to increase its fiber optic system, it just piggybacked Internet traffic on the same fiber optic wire as telephone transmissions.

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