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


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  • Emails populate contact lists, personal/business CRM applications; site registrations become links in a browser launch page; email site notifications get timelined; etc.

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  • Strike Deals: Sponsor a timelined Palestinian-Israeli agreement on final solution issues - borders, refugees, sovereignty, natural resources and Jerusalem.

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  • The revelation of the nude body is timelined, graceful and dramatic.

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  • And -- and it was not timelined because we altered the flight plan from resting first to going out first.

    CNN Transcript Jul 20, 2009

  • Two hundred and 12 miles above us, traveling around the Earth at 17,100 miles an hour, give or take, circling the Earth every 90 minutes, a couple of Space Shuttle Atlantis astronauts in the midst of a six-and-half hour space walk, or so it is timelined.

    CNN Transcript Sep 12, 2006

  • These shuttle missions, Anderson, are timelined down to the five-minute increments.

    CNN Transcript Nov 23, 2002

  • Whenever I get a phase1 date would that have to be timelined within all the other training courses that RE go through? like combat engineer training?

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  • [WORF transfer to the Lab is timelined for FD6 to avoid any spatial conflicts within the Lab during today's SSRMS operations in support of EVA-1.]

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  • The ability to see new messages in real-time adds in a type of instant messaging but I think the value stands in the staggered, traceable, timelined edits of messages.

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  • 'As Minister, I will soon be setting out my clear strategic objectives and targets so that society and the business community can have confidence that we have a plan for jobs that is achievable and timelined,' said Minister


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