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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of spiral.

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Examples

  • Then everyone started actually watching it, and I think it just kind of spiraled from there.

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  • Things kind of spiraled in the seventh and the game got away from us.

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  • When you came back, you kind of spiraled out of control.

    CNN Transcript Feb 8, 2007

  • Because all of this kind of spiraled out of control.

    CNN Transcript Apr 30, 2005

  • NGUYEN: But couldn't she have just gotten scared, because of all this kind of spiraled out of control.

    CNN Transcript Apr 30, 2005

  • But Loszynski said within a short time the investigation "spiraled" into 36 separate internal probes.

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  • But Loczynski says within a short time the investigation "spiraled" into 36 separate internal probes.

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  • "It started just in Virginia and grew and then kind of spiraled out ... from there to where we now offer it in 45 states," said Platz.

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  • And then this crazy "hey, what if I write a book?" thing kind of spiraled out of control and here we are.

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  • But now it's kind of spiraled out of control, and they may be, you know, the Frankenstein's monster here is that the Taliban and al-Qaida are now, not only in Afghanistan but also in Pakistan, powerful enough that they represent a real threat.

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