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


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  • Then on the other side I put on the label whited out on here for privacy along with messages and then the “extras.”

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  • "But who is it that you call the whited sepulchre, Katie?" demanded the judge.


  • If you are having trouble, make photocopies of the illustrations and cross-sections with the labels whited out and fill them in on your own.


  • Sims wrote in the Oct. 26 letter, which PETA provided with the employee's name whited out.

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  • Thus "whited," they appeared beautiful; but within they contained the bones and corrupting bodies of the dead.

    Barnes New Testament Notes

  • "whited," (Matthew 23: 27) once a year, after the rains before the passover, to warn passers-by of defilement.

    Smith's Bible Dictionary

  • Duke’s group, the Eu - ropean-American Unity and Rights Organization (EURO, get it?) - a kind of whited sepulchre containing the shade of the Ku Klux Klan that Duke once helped to lead - has been agitating over a situation in Charlottesville.

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  • In an interview at Titans Tower, Pérez recalled how that worked: Dave Manak -- who was editing that book -- whited out the entire costuming on Robin and drew this costume they quickly designed, and renamed him The Protector.

    Robin Sits Out an Anti-Drug Campaign

  • January 14th, 2010 at 7: 35 pm wgbutler777, dude, you are the whited sepulcher your “savior” supposedly talked about.

    Matthew Yglesias » Did Haiti Form a Pact With the Devil?

  • Bullit Marquez/Associated Press Tse Chi Kin, right, brother of Masa Tse, the first one killed by a dismissed policeman, received whited roses from local people during a ceremony to mark the first anniversary of the tragic event in Manila Tuesday.

    Asia in Pictures


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