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- v. Present participle of register.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Recording; -- applied to instruments; having an apparatus which registers. See recording.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as registration.
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“Brooke’s gorgeous just the way she is,” Michelle immediately replied, her expression registering the hit.
She was looking in Julia’s direction, her expression registering something akin to horror.
Tuesday night, the Capitals thumped the New York Islanders without Alex Ovechkin registering a point.
For these nerds, "The Facebook Debacle" refers to the improper headers used on the redirects, instead of the few minutes of difficulty in registering names.
He looked back to see the hydrocarbon count registering from the exhaust sniffer.
I think this shows not only the inappropriateness of public opinion polls in registering opinion about the Supreme Court, but also the vacuity of trying to label Supreme Court decisions as “conservative” or “liberal” – that is, if “conservative” or “liberal” are to tell us anything more than the words “Republican” or “Democrat” currently tell us.
Miller had 24 saves in registering his second straight shutout and Jason Pominville ended a 20-shot first-period barrage against Weekes with a power-play goal to lead the Sabres to a 2-0 win on Monday night in what was the Devils first game in a long while without Brodeur starting in goal.
` ` We had good energy tonight, a lot of guys are happy to be home, '' said Miller, who was relatively untested in registering his second straight shutout.
The Kings shot 55 percent in registering a season-high point total.
Democrats are the victims of their own success in registering so many new voters.