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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of shine.

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Examples

  • A Swedish sextet led by Peter Forsberg and Mats Sundin shined Sunday by combining for five goals and 10 assists in the

    USATODAY.com - Swedes sweet in World team loss

  • Just as last year's title shined a well deserved light on the quality of San Francisco's starting rotation, this year's failure to return to the postseason should do the same to the team's anemic offense.

    SI.com

  • Just as last year's title shined a well deserved light on the quality of San Francisco's starting rotation, this year's failure to return to the postseason should do the same to the team's anemic offense.

    CNN.com

  • Where the Gran Turismo titles shined most are back and better than ever, this game looks amazing.

    andPOP.com

  • Where the Gran Turismo titles shined most are back and better than ever, this game looks amazing.

    andPOP.com

  • Where the Gran Turismo titles shined most are back and better than ever, this game looks amazing.

    andPOP.com

  • Where the Gran Turismo titles shined most are back and better than ever, this game looks amazing.

    andPOP.com

  • Where the Gran Turismo titles shined most are back and better than ever, this game looks amazing.

    andPOP.com

  • Where the Gran Turismo titles shined most are back and better than ever, this game looks amazing.

    andPOP.com

  • Where the Gran Turismo titles shined most are back and better than ever, this game looks amazing.

    andPOP.com

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