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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of switch.


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  • Harold Farberman, from 1950 to 1963 a BSO percussionist, stuck with the Andante/Scherzo order on his MMG LP with the London Symphony in 1982; when Vox released this performance on CD in 2000, however, the label switched the movements to conform to the Critical Edition here again the conductor was not consulted.

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  • Her expression switched instantly to a thoughtful frown.

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  • The game was originally to be published by XSEED Games in North America; details on how the title switched hands are currently unknown.


  • Third, as packets traverse DCI links, A-VPLS introduces optional MPLS flow labels to further improve traffic load-balancing through the label switched core.

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  • One he considers a huge mistake, the other a quickly made schlock movie that had its title switched at the last minute making Corman very unhappy.

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  • That's a dramatic change from early May, soon after Specter switched from the Republican to Democratic parties, when a Quinnipiac poll indicated Specter held a 20 point lead over Toomey.

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  • She switched from the Church of England to the Baptist faith nine years ago.

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  • Zacharias switched from the mechanical to the exuberant with this work, giving a gorgeous, unfussy performance.

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  • The reason why I switched is FF 2 & especially 3 were getting slower & slower (especially the startup).

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  • Specter, a former chairman of the committee, switched from the Republican to the Democratic party earlier this year.

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