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

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Examples

  • "I ken the ceevility I would like to be giving to you, Dol Beag," says he, and put a drink on the table, and lifting the coin tendered in payment he hurled it behind the fire.

    The McBrides A Romance of Arran

  • "Ha! a silver dollar, and a new one, too," said the baker, receiving the coin tendered in payment.

    Timothy Crump's Ward A Story of American Life

  • In transcripts of his telephone calls tendered to the court, Mr Aweys praises Allah for hardship caused by the drought, the financial crisis and the bushfires.

    AustralianIT.com.au | Top Stories

  • The master of the barge scratched his cheek and shook his head at such outlandish talk and behavior, but the coin tendered was a fine silver noble " ten times the cost of passage.

    Night Arrant

  • As of May 16, about 6.21 million Take-Two shares -- or about 8% of shares outstanding -- had been tendered, which is fewer than the 6.43 million shares that had been tendered and not withdrawn as of April 17.

    Purchase Suggests EA

  • The vague and inexplicit suggestions of the Spanish note could not be accepted, the only reply being to present as a virtual ultimatum a draft of protocol embodying the precise terms tendered to Spain in our note of July 30, with added stipulations of detail as to the appointment of commissioners to arrange for the evacuation of the Spanish Antilles.

    State of the Union Address (1790-2001)

  • Everything is proven, including a letter from a major taxing agency returning a lawful gold coin tendered for payment of an alleged tax.

    WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

  • R1 million for allegedly leaking specifications to his co-accused who then set up closed corporations, which then "tendered" for the various contracts.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • a virtual ultimatum a draft of protocol embodying the precise terms tendered to Spain in our note of July 30, with added stipulations of detail as to the appointment of commissioners to arrange for the evacuation of the

    State of the Union Address

  • The counted and rejected papers, and also the "tendered" papers, counterfoils and marked register (which have not been opened), are, in parliamentary elections, transmitted by the returning officer to the clerk of the crown in chancery in England, or the sheriff-clerk in Scotland, who destroys them at the end of one year, unless otherwise directed by an order of the House of Commons, or of some court having jurisdiction in election petitions.

    Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 3, Part 1, Slice 2 "Baconthorpe" to "Bankruptcy"

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