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  • verb Present participle of plague.


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  • Trix was ashamed of herself; but she felt the same antagonism toward Polly, that Polly did toward her; and, being less generous, took satisfaction in plaguing her.

    An Old-Fashioned Girl

  • But while it's fun to mock network stars (and I do it all the time, petty basic-cable player that I am), the producers of the Emmys faced a dilemma plaguing all network television execs at the moment.

    Must The Show Go On?

  • BLITZER: The investigation into the chemical culprit linked to the massive recall plaguing the pet food industry is now expanding to the human food supply.

    CNN Transcript May 8, 2007

  • Anger and fear saturated the Midwood stretch of Ocean Parkway Monday as cops continued probing a recent rash of anti Jewish graffiti and phone calls plaguing the city.

    NYDN Rss

  • Behind all the recalls plaguing news reports is lead. - Business News

  • Congressional hearing last week about the spate of global recalls plaguing Toyota Motor Corp., will be speaking at a Beijing hotel.

    Fore, right!

  • Congressional hearing last week about the spate of global recalls plaguing Toyota - Business News

  • "That's off the table at this point," a Democratic leadership aide said of breaking up healthcare reform into smaller bills - such as a standalone ban on the denial of private health coverage for pre-existing conditions - and gradually chipping away at the myriad issues Democrats have identified as plaguing the healthcare system.


  • Congress says it will look into recalls plaguing automaker - Nation-World

  • Rare to fix Banjo-Kazooie after all What was originally deemed as "too expensive" to fix, Rare will now enlarge the tiny subtitles plaguing SDTV owners of Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts.


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