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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of yield.

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Examples

  • The links to this term yielded explicit pornography.

    In the Plex

  • The links to this term yielded explicit pornography.

    In the Plex

  • In its 2009-10 pilot, Project Win-Win yielded nearly 600 associate degrees at nine schools and identified nearly 1,600 potential degree recipients, largely by mining data for former students who had enough - or nearly enough - credits for a degree.

    NVCC has role in college-completion campaign

  • In its 2009-10 pilot, Project Win-Win yielded nearly 600 associate degrees at nine schools and identified nearly 1,600 potential degree recipients, largely by mining data for former students who had enough - or nearly enough - credits for a degree.

    NVCC has role in college-completion campaign

  • Reluctantly Martin yielded to the claims of the grocer, paying his bill with him in full, and receiving in change a pocketful of jingling coin.

    Chapter 27

  • In its 2009-10 pilot, Project Win-Win yielded nearly 600 associate degrees at nine schools and identified nearly 1,600 potential degree recipients, largely by mining data for former students who had enough - or nearly enough - credits for a degree.

    NVCC has role in college-completion campaign

  • And small wonder it was that the Virgin yielded herself to his arms, as they danced dance after dance, and was sick at heart at the knowledge that he found nothing in her more than a good friend and an excellent dancer.

    Chapter VI

  • University of Florida student Zachary Garcia was appalled when a Google search of his name yielded a photo of his driver's license linking him to a murder he didn't commit, reports CBS News.

    WATCH: University Of Florida Student Googles Self, Finds Bogus Murder Charge

  • University of Florida student Zachary Garcia was appalled when a Google search of his name yielded a photo of his driver's license linking him to ...

    WATCH: University Of Florida Student Googles Self, Finds Bogus Murder Charge

  • University of Florida student Zachary Garcia was appalled when a Google search of his name yielded a photo of his driver's license linking him to a murder he didn't commit, reports CBS News.

    WATCH: University Of Florida Student Googles Self, Finds Bogus Murder Charge

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