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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of word.

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  • How tightly worded is the Counter-Terrorism Bill that is about to get a reading in the House of Lords?

    Archive 2008-10-01

  • Based on all your feedback, it's obvious that the policy as currently worded is not going to accomplish these goals.

    Boing Boing: July 10, 2005 - July 16, 2005 Archives

  • Also, I think that the ordinance as it’s worded is content-neutral and therefore constitutional, since the classifications relate to what the home is being used for, and not to the content of the picketers’ speech.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Was SEIU’s Picketing Illegal, Whether or Not They Trespassed?

  • If part three of Obama's speech was cautiously, even uninspiringly, worded, that is because it is part of the delicate legislative strategy of a

    The New Yorker

  • It would be nice to know how the exams are "worded" so we could make up our minds if the exams were fair to all.

    BREAKING: White firefighters win high court appeal

  • So based on my view it is Wednesday today if there is no news I am quite happy to wait for the next day and so on classing every day passed is one day nearer. we still have 3 more claims to be 'worded' until it's our turn ....

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  • It’s kind of worded oddly, but do you take it to mean that DMP will also be releasing it in 12 volumes? jun Says:

    Results, rewards, Re:

  • In this case, the validity of our religiosity index as a general purpose gauge is bolstered by the fact that the same index, with questions worded identically, shows Muslims in Britain to have an extremely high level of religiosity.26 An index that is allegedly biased toward evangelical Protestants, Black Protestants, and Mormons in the United States could hardly also be biased toward Muslims in Britain.

    American Grace

  • One cannot attribute the growth in the abortion–party identification connection to an idiosyncrasy of the way a particular abortion item is worded.

    American Grace

  • Cyrus Adler of the American Jewish Committee declared in 1909 that it was time for Jewish scholars to issue “a very strongly worded declaration as to the practical identity of the white race” that made Jews unarguably white.

    A Renegade History of the United States

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