from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Having been accepted as true or worthy: "Received political wisdom says not. Surveys show otherwise” ( Economist).
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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of receive.
- adj. Generally accepted as correct or true
- adj. Unchallenged axioms
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In entomology, projecting between other parts.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. widely accepted as true or worthy
- adj. conforming to the established language usage of educated native speakers
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Paul Silva, the picture editor of the Daily Mail, said that the title received up to 400 images of her daily, because photographers snap her whenever she leaves home.
Five years back, the label received a track from this Benin-based band, and fell in love.
The term received an improved and more noble signification in the times of chivalry, when the desire to please manifested itself in feats of arms, and personal conflict.
As avaricious middlemen soon equipped with European arms, the Efik came to control the entire trade with the hinterland; their name, in fact, is derived from an Ibibio-Efik word meaning “oppress,” a name received from those neighboring tribes on the lower Calabar and Cross rivers whom the Efik prevented from establishing direct contact with the white traders.
Thus the term received still another extension and this be - came its fourth sense, and was so used by Herodotus,
Oana Pellea, Razvan Vasilescu and Andi Vasluianu, the title received co-production support from German company M
The title received critical acclaim upon its launch and is considered one of the best games to appear on the console.
The title received some positive reviews, due to its interesting gameplay, presentation and the very solid graphics that impressed people who hadn't seen any other releases on the DS.
The title received €400,000 from the Franco-German co-production fund and will be released in France by EuropaCorpp - who are also handling international sales and domestic distribution (release date: April 1) - the film traces the misadventures of a woman who goes from the atrocities of the Kosovo war to the difficult world of illegal immigrants in France.
Aoki, who was named president of Asian Improv Records (AIR) in 1999, served as executive producer on Anthony Brown's Asian American Orchestra piece, Ellington-Strayhorn's "Far East Suite," (AIR0053), for which the label received a Grammy Award nomination in 1999.