Definitions

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of statement.
  • adjective UK, education To have been provided a Statement of Educational Needs.

Etymologies

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See statement (verb)

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statement (noun) +‎ -ed

Examples

  • Other common ploys include having children "statemented" for special needs, which gives them priority in many entrance policies.

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  • Freddie is a 'statemented' child, which means the local authority has to provide the funding for a school which they feel meets his special educational needs.

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  • It would be reassuring to imagine that once a law, or a portion of a law, makes it onto the books without being signing statemented, it is then safely and securely a law.

    Bring Back the Signing Statement

  • It would be reassuring to imagine that once a law, or a portion of a law, makes it onto the books without being signing statemented, it is then safely and securely a law.

    Bring Back the Signing Statement

  • An arrogent lawer who will not even review the case unntil all witnesses have been statemented, never mind just the key ones.

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  • Why can't this administration do the same, when they also could have had laws rewritten even more than they did (or signing statemented away)?

    Balkinization

  • Rather than rewarding whistleblowers who had been punished for their good deeds, Obama has signing statemented away constraints on his power to retaliate against whistleblowers by firing them.

    Six Months of Immunity

  • Why can't this administration do the same, when they also could have had laws rewritten even more than they did (or signing statemented away)?

    Balkinization

  • He said that he opposed the secret memos written by the Office of Legal Counsel purporting to authorize torture, not because they violated existing law, but because they would have rendered moot an amendment proposed by Senator John McCain (and signing-statemented away by President George W. Bush) to redundantly re-criminalize torture by the military while allowing it for the CIA.

    Too Slow Zelikow: UVA Backs Torture

  • President Obama has signing statemented away constraints on his power to retaliate against whistleblowers by firing them.

    Not What Obama Promised

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