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


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  • But there came a dash of maddened horses and their riders and a leaping stream of tartaned men.


  • From the Highlands and the Lowlands they came, from island and mainland flocked the kilted and tartaned

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  • Previously, I’d always walked to Trombley Elementary; but prep school has brought with it a host of changes: my new school uniform, for instance, crested and tartaned.


  • 19.35 Ian Poulter is all tartaned up for Sunday's final round and hits a nice second on the par 5 second.

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