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

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Examples

  • The following month the Defense Ministry aired on national television what it called his videotaped confession.

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  • "Oh, we had a blast," David Monterosso, one of three chosen to watch the debate told Hillary, in a telephone call videotaped by the campaign.

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  • They have photographed the building; they've driven around the block and videotaped from a car.

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  • He's also been implicated -- and by "implicated," I mean "videotaped" -- in an unpleasant new British sex scandal involving concentration camp cosplay and getting whipped by hookers in a basement in Chelsea.

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  • Dr. Mohan Raj, a veterinary scientist with the World Organization of Animal Health who specializes in stunning and slaughter methods, called the videotaped removal of eggs from live chickens by inserting hands into their vents "unjustifiably extreme cruelty."

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  • "Sheik Abdullah Farjan would lead our prayers in prison," he said, referring to the videotaped image of a man who lay dead, his long silk robes bloodstained from bullet wounds.

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  • The president of the governing body for Formula One racing has been implicated -- and by "implicated," I mean "videotaped" -- in a sex scandal.

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  • The case recalled the videotaped beating by police officers of Rodney King in Los Angeles in 1991 and the riots the following year when officers were acquitted of using excessive force.

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  • In a 132-word videotaped pledge … Obama agreed to hollow out the military by slashing conventional and nuclear weapons.

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  • Throughout the film, the term “snuff” is used to describe other visual atrocities such as videotaped POW killings that have unfortunately found their way onto the worldwide web, but it is always made very clear as to what an actual snuff film is.

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