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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of neglect.
- adj. Suffering from neglect.
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- adj. lacking a caretaker
- adj. disregarded
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In office, Obama moved quickly to scale back what his aides had dubbed "Bush's war" and to shift the Pentagon's focus to Afghanistan and its border with Pakistan, which he called the neglected battleground in the fight against al Qaeda.
In office, Mr Obama moved quickly to scale back what his aides had dubbed "Bush's war" and to shift the Pentagon's focus to Afghanistan and its border with Pakistan, which he called the neglected battleground in the fight against al Qaeda.
Fogle told the Daily Politics he's campaigning for more research for what he calls neglected diseases like this one:
Sean Parnell the soon to be Governor of Alaska must be very happy to take over Alaska and do the job of running the State, something that Palin neglected to do adequately.
I think Penstemon also do well in neglected soil, so if you have a hot spot in your garden with “unfortunate soil,” this might be a good plant to try there.
Chip founded a thriving fiber optic cable business dedicated to unlocking the potential in neglected forestland, and he is a consultant to municipalities on issues of strategic recreation and the reuse of reclaimed mines.
Far more important, and too often neglected, is the "will do" assessment that shows personal responses to job situations.
But there was one detail that McCain neglected to mention.
Generally, the notion of creating temporary public sector jobs to deal with the frightening unemployment news is laudable, as is the idea of investing in neglected infrastructure.
"They (the selectors) must have found the middle order cracking and Dravid, who was neglected from the shorter version of the game for nearly two years now, was an immediate choice."