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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of time.
- adj. Happening at a certain time.
- adj. Regulated by time.
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- adj. regularly spaced in time
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To keep our minds (and skills) fresh, we participate in timed writing contests, such as those offered by NYC Midnight.
Write about the place (s) in timed writings (see below) and see what comes up.
On Fox News he called the timed - and selective - release 'a massive spin operation by the Bush admin ...
Each section of the book is timed from the world shattering moment that Mom drives away, leaving behind her child and leaving behind being a mother.
The suit also says Microsoft Chief Executive Steve Ballmer told Mr. Yang in a Jan. 31 phone call timed to Microsoft's offer that he was willing to keep negotiations private, but after Yahoo said it would take its time to respond, Microsoft made its offer public Feb 1.
A "missed call" was logged on the display unit beside the number of the caller, and Gemma Squires, reining in Monkey Business beside Bouncer as the hunt was abandoned, was about to show Julian that his landline was showing on her handset with the call timed at just ten minutes previously.
The security services who were monitoring the call timed it at less than twenty-two seconds and traced it to a little-used callbox in rural Hertfordshire.
On Fox News he called the timed - and selective - release "a massive spin operation by the Bush admin ... '
But if you look closely at the drawdown plan, I believe you’ll see it’s pure spin timed to appease Americans by November.
At the bottom of the pile were borrowers, some fraudulent but most just naive victims of the hard sell, who accepted loans based on incomes and credit histories they didn't have, on houses that were systematically over-appraised, on terms timed to explode within two years or three.