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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of zero.

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Examples

  • And by the same token when, a while back, the labels zeroed in on Candy Chan, they didn't want her.

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  • Eileen – Brown did state that, and as I point out above, we can’t even point directly at DHS, since the project funding was zeroed from the DOD budget.

    Needless exaggeration « BuzzMachine

  • For the moment, it is possible to form what's called a zeroed-out GRAT, in which the remainder is theoretically worth nothing so that there is no taxable gift.

    Five Ways To Freeze Out Uncle Sam

  • For the moment, it is possible to form what's called a zeroed-out GRAT, in which the remainder is theoretically worth nothing so that there is no taxable gift.

    Five Ways To Freeze Out Uncle Sam

  • For the moment, it is possible to form what's called a zeroed-out GRAT, in which the remainder is theoretically worth nothing so that there is no taxable gift.

    Five Ways To Freeze Out Uncle Sam

  • You can only get what you deserve if you buy inbound links, that is what I personally have called zeroed out.

    WebProWorld Discussion Forum - Full Feed

  • You can only get what you deserve if you buy link, that is what I personally have called zeroed out.

    WebProWorld Discussion Forum - Full Feed

  • At the start of deer season I take her out, dust her off, fire one shot to make sure she's still "zeroed", then hunt with her.

    A Brief Guide to Feckless* Rifles

  • At the start of deer season I take her out, dust her off, fire one shot to make sure she's still "zeroed", then hunt with her.

    A Brief Guide to Feckless* Rifles

  • Clements: I mean, very, very early on we kind of zeroed in on ‘Bambi’ and ‘Lady and the Tramp’, elements of both those films that we liked, particularly ‘Lady and The Tramp’ for New Orleans because a lot of the movie takes place in the city of New Orleans and ‘Bambi’ for the bayou.

    Interview: The Princess and the Frog Directors Jon Musker and Ron Clements | /Film

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