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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of square.
- adj. raised to the second power
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Made square; also, marked off in squares: as, squared paper. See. coördinate paper.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having been made square
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However, d squared is desperately trying to change the subject from his original claim that there is soon going to be a "demographic problem" that can't be solved.
The stadium's all-time largest baseball crowd of 81,841 saw a bit more than baseball on May 30, 1930, as New York outfielder Jake Powell and Boston player-manager Joe Cronin squared off.
Ogden went one down after a bogey on the 31st hole but again squared the match with a birdie on the 15th hole — by hitting an 8-iron to four feet and sinking the ensuing putt.
Bill Guerin squared off, exchanging several blows.
And my friend Jo Ann just got the name squared away for me 2 days ago - it's what?
Gonzo Boogie -- As Easy as ABC yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = 'Gonzo Boogie -- As Easy as ABC'; yahooBuzzArticleSummary = 'Article: Nothing will change with Gonzales\' departure, because each candidate on Bush\'s attorney general list is Gonzo "squared" -- each one committed to do the Gonzo Boogie from now until January 2009.
The message covered more than 1,000 metres squared, which is about the size of two and a half basketball courts.
But to understand what that means, someone has to understand enough simple mathematics to know what "squared" means.
The McKenzie Theory of Black Hole of Law Time: t = L x C2 (where t = time, and L is Law and C is the Constant of the speed of light squared, meaning that time goes twice as fast as the speed of light in the vicinity of a law school, as any fool knows).
And right at the end of my dance, I went over and kind of squared up, started throwing some punches.