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Use "determinated" in a sentence
""Irregardless," the New Oxford American Dictionary said in a press release, "from a strictly lexicistic interpretation of the various contexts in which Palin has used 'refudiate,' we have determinated that the word more or less stands on its own, suggesting a generical sense of 'reject.'""
"That bio-determinated thought also puts the question to the British book labeling scheme I talked about yesterday -- even if the prominent display of reading levels cause more parents to buy more books, will that cause more and better literacy?"
"Dose skwinty leedle eyes, dose teenee tiny pointee ends, dat firm determinated luk awn teh leedle faice… SPLORT!"