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

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Examples

  • And then there's Neil Young, who returned to form with his albums "Freedom" (1989) and "Ragged Glory" (1990) after spending most of the '80s in experiments so quirky - from computer music to country-Western - that his label sued him (unsuccessfully) for making "unrepresentative" records.

    In Praise Of Midlife Crisis

  • We feel that filing whatever lawsuits against whoever can be sued, is NOT (her emphasis) a solution for a theme that needs to be addressed by each and everyone of us, yourself included: do we listen to ourselves what is right for us, and, as a leader, do we listen to our hearts and be aware of our responsibility?

    monday stuff.

  • Ricardo: This body of literature leads to the conclusion that, indeed, the vast majority of genuine victims of malpractice never file suit in the first place (the biggest predictor of whether a doctor gets sued is whether he or she is arrogant and insufficiently charming).

    The Volokh Conspiracy » An Act for the Relief of Sick and Disabled Seamen

  • This body of literature leads to the conclusion that, indeed, the vast majority of genuine victims of malpractice never file suit in the first place (the biggest predictor of whether a doctor gets sued is whether he or she is arrogant and insufficiently charming).

    The Volokh Conspiracy » An Act for the Relief of Sick and Disabled Seamen

  • However, getting sued is an expensive process even if you win.

    Superhero Nation: how to write superhero novels and comic books » Curses! There goes the sequel

  • France2 and Charles Enderlin sued Philippe Karsenty and Media-Ratings for pointing out the various problems with the film.

    The Al-Dura case revisited

  • France2 and Enderlin sued for libel and the film has been watched and analyzed by various journalists and other experts.

    Another century, another trial

  • My correspondent says the error for which I am going to be sued is in the quote I took from the New York Law Journal.

    Current Affairs

  • Franco-Canadian origin — being a corruption of the word sued, and means drunk or drunken, — in allusion to their excessive fondness for liquor and predilection to inebriacy.

    ROCKY MOUNTAIN LIFE

  • Yes, the music label sued the search giant because Google linked to infringing copies of the label's music hosted by one-click download site RapidShare.

    Ars Technica

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