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    • Simple past tense and previous participle of defend.
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"I know that throughout their history, the people of the United States defended their freedom, their liberty, their justice, and their rights - if need be - with their lives. I think their courage is so admirable."

"Abortion is defended today as a means of ensuring the equality and independence of women, and as a solution to the problems of single parenting, child abuse, and the feminization of poverty."

"Freedom is a right ultimately defended by the sacrifice of America's servicemen and women."

"I know this president. And I can tell you that he cares deeply about the next generation of young women in this country - his daughters, and everyone's daughters. President Obama had the courage to stand with Sandra Fluke. Without hesitation, he defended her right to tell her story."

"I know that throughout their history, the people of the United States defended their freedom, their liberty, their justice, and their rights - if need be - with their lives. I think their courage is so admirable."

"History is full of people who went to prison or were burned at the stake for proclaiming their ideas. Society has always defended itself."

"History is full of people who went to prison or were burned at the stake for proclaiming their ideas. Society has always defended itself."

"Freedom is a right ultimately defended by the sacrifice of America's servicemen and women."

"The humanities need to be defended today against the encroachments of physical science, as they once needed to be against the encroachment of theology."

"In the end, the humanities can only be defended by stressing how indispensable they are and this means insisting on their vital role in the whole business of academic learning, rather than protesting that, like some poor relation, they don't cost much to be housed."

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