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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of site.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having a site; situated.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having a site or position; situated; located; placed.
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McCain sited Justices Roberts, Alito and Renquest as his models for the type of judge he would appoint to the court if given an opportunity.
And that's who angry Clinton voters are turning to for solace? how short-sited is that?!
The article you sited is forgetting that fact.gunsmokenet. com has the lowdown.
Interesting typo - "sited" (cited) - It's interesting the connections the mind makes when we aren't watching.
The very first paragraph in the book refers to something that was 'sited' on the cover (they meant 'cited').
English law," and involving securities that were 'sited' in the United Kingdom," said Mr.
Last night, when they were confirming her as a suspect, the question was posed, (not an exact quote) has she been "sited", the answer was "in a word, NO".
The champion of Primordus drew back on the metal string, sited the red-haired woman below, and released.
Obama, sited it would be like states requiring auto insurance in order to drive a car.
From your balcony or living room or, hell, from your outdoor shower, you look down on prime knoll-top homes, sited among the oak and manzanita to marinate in their sadly more limited valley views.