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For that reason alone, Vassell, who has been pegged as one of the best defensive players in the entire draft, makes sense for all these teams.

Spokespeople at Southwest, American and Delta declined to comment on whether they have seen any increase in demand pegged to the inauguration.

Rogaine, a hair loss treatment, has been pegged, rightly or wrongly, as being libido destroying.

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Sometimes the people who compete with your brand most on search are not necessarily the people who would be pegged as the top competitors.

In 2016, when the Princeton Election Consortium was giving Clinton a 99% chance to win, FiveThirtyEight pegged it at only 71%.

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To be fair, Salem is right to contend that bonuses are usually pegged to performance.

Previous studies that include population level estimates have pegged the risks as even higher.

Elf is pegged as a Christmas movie, but it hardly feels religious.

Sure enough, on Tuesday, StopHillary came roaring out of the gate with an email pegged to the upcoming fundraiser.

The surge in applicants is pegged to fighting back against American snoops.

They're just people who have pegged out claims upon a big intellectual No-Man's-Land—and don't feel quite sure of the law.

"You must be rather pegged, chief," said one of the men, addressing Frank.

The wet clothes flapped in her face as she pegged them; danced and jigged on the line, bulged out and twisted.

But here we find an advance upon the Polynesian system, for the ledges of the planks are pegged to each other with wooden pegs.

But Grace was making sure that nothing unforeseen would happen to the pegs left over from the hours already pegged in.


On this page you'll find 57 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to pegged, such as: called, conscript, elect, exclusive, named, and pick.

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