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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of go out.


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  • Armstrong knew it took a plane like the F5D whose gear could extend out fully and safely at high speed, over 300 knots 345 mph: “So I went out and fiddled with the airplane to see what initial conditions I could get, what airspeed I could match, and how soon could I get the gear down to produce the drag for the L/D that I needed.”

    First Man

  • A flood of defamatory pamphlets, falsified documents, and ridiculous fables, as, for instance, the tale of a king, Nicholas I of Paraguay, went out from an unscrupulous press which Pombal controlled, and was spread broadcast over Europe by the anti-Jesuit faction.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 12: Philip II-Reuss

  • Rioja and elsewhere served to attain the first purpose; while the second purpose was fulfilled by the ministry among the Indians in the encomiendas, and by travelling missionaries who went out among the tribes still at liberty and covered the vast territory in all directions, very much as St. Francis Solanus did at about the same period.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 12: Philip II-Reuss

  • Indeed, the Gorbachevs and Shevardnadzes went out of their way to make it a pleasurable evening.

    An American Life

  • So, Walt Williams the head of the High-Speed Flight Station went out and found Neil and dragged him through the back door by his ear!

    First Man

  • In his 1981 interview with Destler, however, Bundy went out of his way to highlight Rusks role on the Turkey missile issue.

    In the Shadow of the Oval Office

  • When the key people in charge of the simulations, notably MSC engineers George Franklin and Raymond Zedekar, concluded that the risk was far less when the commander went out first, the mission planners scratched the Gemini procedures and wrote new ones for Apollo.

    First Man

  • From such passages as Luke, vi 19, "virtue went out from him", the Greek Fathers insist much on the dynamis zoopoios or vis vivifica, of the Sacred Humanity, and St. Thomas (III: 48: 6) speaks of a sort of efficientia whereby the actions and passions of

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 12: Philip II-Reuss

  • When it went out of style, I packed it away carefully, tissue-wrapped, in a box.

    Kitchen Privileges

  • He and Richie Buller went out to celebrate that night.

    One of a Kind


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