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


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  • One night our Special Artist accompanied the scouting party, of which the annexed is an Illustration, twelve miles into the enemy's country.

    Charges of brutality

  • Then, as if ashamed of his weakness, he leaned from the carriage window, and forced himself to gaze on the towers and massive battlements. — “How little of happiness,” exclaimed he, “does the title annexed to this bold edifice bestow on its possessor!

    Lovers and Friends; or, Modern Attachments

  • It may be true that, according to Freddoso, Obama dismissed the slogan “Yes we can” as “vapid and mindless” when it was first proposed to him, in 2004, but he liked it well enough in 2008, and then came the null emptiness of the phrase — the audacity of hope — that he annexed from a windy sermon by Jeremiah Wright.

    Cool Cat

  • As Israel announced the building of 238 more housing units in annexed East Jerusalem, further complicating US efforts to revive stalled peace negotiations, it emerged that Ehud Barak, the Labour leader, is predicting that the government will collapse.

    Cracks widen in Netanyahu's coalition

  • By the end of World War II, Estonia had been reconquered by the Red Army, and Stalin annexed it.

    Estonian Symbolism, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • The Jewish men, women and children in Bulgarian-annexed Macedonia were no more fortunate.


  • Tom Floyd, chairman of Star State Investments, which has pumped $10 million into the project, said the project got a boost when the city of Alvin annexed the property devoted to the speedway, Houston television station KRIV reported Tuesday. - Wallace hopes for huge victory toast at Daytona

  • It should be noted that when Imperial Britain annexed South India that included Tamil Nadu it did so by the force of arms and not legitimately.

    Why are South Indians so smart?

  • Besides the vision was not speechless, but had the word annexed, from which word the faith of

    Commentary on Genesis - Volume 1

  • No less than a year later however, a German ship proceeded to New Guinea and its captain annexed the island together with the adjoining islands of New Britain and New Ireland.

    Australia's Place in the British Commonwealth


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