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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of spearhead.

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Examples

  • The label spearheaded a ska craze, releasing the first singles from groups like Madness and the Beat (called the English Beat in the United States) and albums from the Selecter and the Bodysnatchers.

    KINGBLIND: Music, Art & Entertainment

  • With a solid all-around effort again spearheaded by the omnipresent Manu Ginobili, the Spurs sped to a big lead and rolled to a convincing 97-76 victory over the Pistons, taking firm control of the NBA Finals.

    USATODAY.com

  • The album will be released by JDC Music Group, a record label spearheaded by David Hadland, Joe Costa and Chris Kimsey.

    CounterPunch

  • Wait--perhaps 'spearheaded' is not the right verb choice to describe the launching of a peace prayer.

    Dr. Sharon Ufberg: Shifting Into Peace

  • Wait--perhaps 'spearheaded' is not the right verb choice to describe the launching of a peace prayer.

    Dr. Sharon Ufberg: Shifting Into Peace

  • Wait -- perhaps 'spearheaded' is not the right verb choice to describe the launching of a peace prayer.

    Dr. Sharon Ufberg: Shifting Into Peace

  • Wait -- perhaps 'spearheaded' is not the right verb choice to describe the launching of a peace prayer.

    Dr. Sharon Ufberg: Shifting Into Peace

  • Wait -- perhaps 'spearheaded' is not the right verb choice to describe the launching of a peace prayer.

    Dr. Sharon Ufberg: Shifting Into Peace

  • ` ` Jason kind of spearheaded it with his pick-and-roll attack, spreading them out some, and Vince hit some big shots.

    USATODAY.com

  • And that has kind of spearheaded so much sympathy for the gay and lesbian movement.

    CNN Transcript May 1, 2009

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