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

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Examples

  • As the Giants closed what coach Tom Coughlin termed the first "half" of the season (read: pre-NFC East play) at 4-2, Mr. Pascoe has proved to be exactly the sort of player every contending NFL team needs: one who'll do anything and do it well.

    Giants Have One Bear of a Back

  • The result was a methodology for organizing and life that he termed "Satyagraha" -- a Sanskrit word usually translated as "truth force" or "soul force."

    Ben Brandzel: Rally to Restore Satyagraha?

  • This bovine antelope is again termed Bakar al-Wahsh (wild cattle) or Bos

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • Reef fish share genetic connections across what Darwin termed an 'impassable barrier', 5000km of deep ocean separating the eastern and central Pacific, according to a report by Smithsonian scientists in the Proceedings of the Royal Society B.

    July 5th, 2006

  • In fact, cupping the phone in the so-called "iPhone death grip" - the coin termed by bloggers covering the antenna issues - is directly related to the signal loss.

    Original Signal - Transmitting Web 2.0

  • Neuro-linguistic programming, in short termed by surgeons as NLP, is basically something that encompasses neurology, language and programming, the three main influential components that produces human experience.

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  • What was commonly called termed communist was "socialist" and democratic was "capitalist".

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  • She is the square peg that won’t be forced into the round hole; a “complex conservative” (coin termed by my spouse) that both political parties and the media can’t figure out; which is what scares them so much.

    Rove: Palin's resignation lacks clear strategy

  • The discourse over, our clerk, who is, if possible, worse than the curate, repeats the form of call termed El Ikamah; then entering the Mihrab or niche, he recites the two-bow Friday litany, with, and in front of, the congregation.

    First footsteps in East Africa

  • Later years saw the appearance of the professional actor, by more humble designation termed a strolling player.

    The Growth of English Drama

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