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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of regard.

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Examples

  • "He did not, however, express the need for "strong vigilance" against inflation a term regarded as a signal to markets that rates are going up the next month.

    European Central Bank raises a key interest rate to fight inflation

  • In the past, the definition of this term regarded a mill that was powered by an animal or man to grind the grain.

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  • In the past, the definition of this term regarded a mill that was powered by an animal or man to grind the grain.

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  • Some people, especially first-time novelists treat their creation and more endearing that Dr. Frankenstein regarded his monster.

    Writing: The Process of Rejection « Colleen Anderson

  • More critically, if they aspire to do business in other habitats, their capacity to understand how they are regarded from the outside based on the filter that the other habitat uses will be of tremendous advantage, and misinterpreting this a most significant risk.

    11 posts from April 2009

  • But as I have said, Darwin regarded all such questions as insoluble puzzles, and distractions from the real business of his life.

    Approaches Determine Outcomes

  • More critically, if they aspire to do business in other habitats, their capacity to understand how they are regarded from the outside based on the filter that the other habitat uses will be of tremendous advantage, and misinterpreting this a most significant risk.

    Globalization

  • Mr. Kirwin regarded me with a troubled countenance.

    Chapter 21

  • More critically, if they aspire to do business in other habitats, their capacity to understand how they are regarded from the outside based on the filter that the other habitat uses will be of tremendous advantage, and misinterpreting this a most significant risk.

    business habitats

  • More critically, if they aspire to do business in other habitats, their capacity to understand how they are regarded from the outside based on the filter that the other habitat uses will be of tremendous advantage, and misinterpreting this a most significant risk.

    business habitats

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