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

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Examples

  • According to rock writer Michael Azerrad's 1993 Nirvana bio, "Come as You Are: The Story of Nirvana," the label prepped an alternate cover without Elden's penis showing, but shelved it when Cobain said the only compromise he would make to the nudity was to cover it with a sticker that read, "If you're offended by this, you must be a closet pedophile."

    Boing Boing

  • Even a girl who was "streamlined Ivy, prepped from the cradle," needed not only a high school visit to Israel to give her the stuff of a winning essay but a visit that happened to occur (some kids are just born lucky) "during the invasion of Lebanon."

    Confessions of a Prep School College Counselor

  • "Watch Instantly" vault already has tens of thousands of titles prepped for streaming.

    Light Reading:

  • Pre-Season Prep: Did the scouting over the past 3 wks., hung 6 bow stands on 3 different properties, got my trusty old Matthews SQ-2 bow out, had it "prepped" .... (strings waxed, new peep sight, and a new Copper John bow sight) and gave my wish list for the latest gadgets, clothing, etc. to my hubby.

    Season Prep

  • HRC "prepped" for the Presidency by voting for the war in Iraq.

    Obama Nixes Hillary's Invite To Town Hall Meeting

  • His missions with the 116th Assault Helicopter Company often involved dropping into a battleground to unload soldiers after helicopter gunships had "prepped" the zone with a torrent of rockets and machine-gun fire.

    THE NEWS BLOG

  • I "prepped" and wore none of the clothes you suggest are MIA.

    Brownstoner

  • Single Program of (PrEP) "prepped" to Prevent HIV Transmission

    Medindia Health News

  • Many times analysts are "prepped" by financial companies Public Relations employees that purposely feed them massively negative information that they know is inaccurate.

    SeekingAlpha.com: Home Page

  • You could have "prepped" the spellchecker ... but I digress.

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