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


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  • Gypsy had already been spayed when I got her, but I remember when mt ex-dog Shadow came home after getting "tutored" - we called him "Conehead" for a few days: -).

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  • Paul kind of tutored him in his minor-league career as a manager -- and, of course, Earl's in the Hall of Fame now.

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  • However, to substantiate his argument, Pawar pointed out the omissions and contradictions in the eye-witness accounts to show they are either "tutored" or "unreliable."


  • We are not being treated as grown ups - during the leadership debates both had to be "tutored" and taught how to appeal to the public - saying their names; looking at the camera etc.

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  • And I hate the idea of being "tutored" in a reading of a particular poem, but again, I'm an autodidact.

  • I took another stray in today to get um, 'tutored' …. sadly, he was + for FeLV and FIV both.


  • Carl Cameron is imparting this frightening information, Bill O'Reilly still thinks she could have been "tutored" and her insane actions are "nitpicking."


  • Fmr CIA officials have said that Iraqi Intelligence "tutored" the bombmakers in making the one of the largest shaped charges ever made.

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  • He was insinuating the other day that Palin can be "tutored" where she was uninformed.

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  • * 22 witnesses who had submitted "identical affidavits" regarding the carnage were found to have been "tutored" by Teesta Setalvad and had "not actually witnessed" incidents during the violence.



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