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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of vide.¹


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  • 'It mus' be unde'stood, Samuel, 'says she,' dat w'en I 'sumes cha'ge er yo' house, dere ain 'gwine ter be no' vided 'sponsibility; an' as fer dis Julia, me an 'her couldn' git

    The Marrow of Tradition

  • Real-estate agents say that many Atherton houses are sold privately for much higher sums, and those transactions don't typically show up in figures pro vided by data suppliers such as DataQuick.

    Atherton Adds H-P Chief to Roster of Top Executives

  • Earlier this decade, companies such as Privacy Inc., which pro vided dummy email addresses for online transactions, floundered after the dot-com bust.

    Slow-Going for Web-Privacy Software

  • The coach drivers pro­vided mail and passen­ger serv­ic­es to the out­back, facing a tough life of rough roads, difficult weather condit­ions and even bushrangers.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • But if Islamic arch­it­ect­ure is normally hid­den architect­ure, the Dome of the Rock has pro­vided a notable except­ion, standing in its isol­at­ed glory on the top of Jerusalem.

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  • You see his doubts, his apprehensions of appearing v/orthy of the lady so highly spoken of, because of that delicacy of situation (which, as you observe, Olivia also hints at) from what may be called a di-vided love:

    Sir Charles Grandison

  • There are occasional exceptions if the leaders are handicapped minority feminist atheist dwarfs who also happen to be illegal aliens from any other country or galaxy pro! vided, of course, that they are not Republicans.

    You've seen this, but....

  • I SHOULD'VE SEEN the split coming, where the road di - vided.


  • A massive black shape surged up before me, one of the great boulders worn smooth by the centuries, and even as I was flung against it with shattering force, hanging spreadeagled half out of the water, I saw beyond it a sight which has since pro vided me with much food for thought.

    Flashman on the March

  • "Pitrick must have decided to take advantage of the cover the storm pro - vided."

    Flint, the King


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