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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of wrap.
- adj. encased in a wrapping.
- adj. Common misspelling of rapt.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. covered with or as if with clothes or a wrap or cloak
- adj. enclosed securely in a covering of paper or the like
- adj. giving or marked by complete attention to
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Even then, minutes before he would have the title wrapped firmly around his waist, JBL was still being met with criticism.
Jason Dufner appeared to have the title wrapped up, but Bradley rallied and Dufner collapsed.
Carlos Checa has the title wrapped up but is still going hard in Portugal.
The German side showed little rust in returning to action following the Bundesliga's winter break - and are starting to make good on striker Mohamed Zidan's prediction of having the title wrapped up by February - beating then third-placed Bayer Leverkusen 3-1 last Friday to extend its lead at the top of the table to a whopping 12 points over second-placed
Though he won only one race that season, he essentially had the title wrapped up in the summer, which in turn prompted NASCAR to adopt the ten-race Chase for the Championship, playoff-style format.
Chelsea should have already had the title wrapped up.
Sadly the same can't be said for our predictions league where leader Paul Radford pretty much has the title wrapped up, but let's see what this weekend brings.
It's probably fair to say that's the title wrapped up.
Had Jose Mourinho been in charge of Chelsea, they would have had the title wrapped up six weeks ago.
The much maligned media have even gone a step further an handed over the title wrapped up in nice blue colours.