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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of attend.
- adj. That attends
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- adj. having a caretaker or other watcher
- adj. playing or singing with instrumental or vocal accompaniment
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Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao as well as his Russian reflection Vladimir Putin attended a evening gala
On December 15th, Engineer Octavio once again attended, but no one from HESA.
Bob from Ohio says: each of the five or six undergraduate institutions Mrs. Palin attended as lowly (some less lowly than others)
McCain attended a Baptist Church in Arizona and Romney is a Mormon.
Abdullah Almalki, Ahmad El Maati and Muayyed Nureddin attended the unveiling of a grim, grey cell modelled on the squalid chambers in the Syrian prison where they were whipped and beaten.
Sarah Palin attended 5 different colleges in 6 1/2 years before she received her B/S. in Journalism.
Dozens of other prominent dignitaries attended from the United States and Europe.
Mr. Schron's complaint says that the relationship between the two men "eventually extended beyond business" and that "Grunstein attended the weddings of a number of Schron's children."
Two years later, then-Russian President Vladimir Putin attended the vote for the 2014 Winter Olympic host and little-known Sochi, Russia, won.
To the right was the Royal Institution, where Darwin attended lectures.