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


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  • I will not be tokenised, marginalised, interrogated about my existence, sidelined or erased by this non-feminism any more.

    Rant’O'Rama #01

  • Nor will non-violent direct action make the difference; in addition to the ethical and moral dilemmas arising from breaking the law, there are too few of us, we are too marginalised and tokenised by too many sections of society to achieve equality by these means.

    The privileged few

  • The exceptions were tokenised to an extent that felt insulting.

    Review: Shortbus

  • I am aware that Israel has exploited and tokenised Palestinians for their branding campaign, to show the world that Israel is a multicultural place that gives everyone an equal opportunity, even Arabs.

    - Latest Popular Stories, Instablogs Community

  • InfoBionics, which describes its product as being a cellular database management system and which I would describe as using a hybrid associative / tokenised approach (incidentally, I would describe illuminate's correlation database in the same way);

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  • I had high hopes that this combination of factors would result in the Linux community as a whole having a better idea what the constraints and requirements for high-quality power management in the embedded world were, rather than us ending up with another pile of vendor code sitting on an FTP site somewhere in Taiwan that implements its power management by passing tokenised dead mice through a wormhole.

    Planet GNOME


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