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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of fold.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. made compact by bending or doubling over.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- adjective In zoology, same as compressed .
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Unfortunately, the label folded before they could finish an LP or Lord Finesse could even release his EP with them.
Beat, but the label folded and internal politics took over.
Nash died in 1995, and the label folded soon afterward, but artists inspired by Wax
Shortly after the release however, the label folded and the album was lost in obscurity.
But Equity fell on hard times (the label folded last year) as the band was releasing their follow up CD, "A Place to Land," late in 2007.
There were actually three issues before the title folded, the first two with Burroughs contributions.
Unfortunately, Capricorn was going through some problems at the time and the label folded just as Hinton's record was due to be released.
As befits their tragic stance-they borrow some classic bathing-in-pain poses from old-fashioned country-they've had bad business luck, and have been putting out their records themselves since a label folded under them in 2004.
The cost of a copy in sheets or 'folded' is 89 cents, and bound is $1.15 cents.
No, Griffin folded to Shuttle program and SOMD budget pressure.