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- adj. Planned, prepared.
- adj. Intended for the stage as in a theater.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of stage.
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- adj. written for or performed on the stage
- adj. deliberately arranged for effect
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Political liberals, who meander around the centre of the political spectrum, are now agreeable to what they call a staged transition, rather than complete transformation, from military to democratic rule.
Looking at the era in which it was staged, is there anything wrong with showing an obese, dark-skinned, self-concious child that because of the images that were consistently driven into the black culture as being "beautiful" greatly influenced how black girls viewed themselves?
The specific case before the court dealt with tapes showing pit bulldogs attacking other animals and one another in staged confrontations.
Vlog (Xeni): Tibet report - monks forced to participate in staged ...
But with the holiday coming Wednesday, TV football now seems unusually full of salutes the U.S. military — led by Fox's two-hour NFL pregame being staged from the Bagram Airfield in Afghanistan Sunday.
(Finkelstein staged this piece; Maloney directed everything else, as well as supplying the often scarlet lighting.)
Alan Hale: Kagan was apparently known for a “management by temper tantrum” style; personally participated in staged parodies making attacks on unpopular students
They portray him as their son, extorting money from innocent people by risking the boy's life in staged automobile accidents.
* Vlog (Xeni): Tibet report - monks forced to participate in staged videos.
Moreover, in staged contests between pairs of unfamiliar wasps, subordinate wasps with experimentally altered facial features ( 'cheaters') received considerably more aggression from the dominant than did sham controls, indicating that facial patterns are signals and that dishonest signalling imposes social costs