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Re: Fwd: Radio Announcers, Jingles & short i

Now, do people plead "innocent" or "not guilty"?  I
have heard both in the media, but I seem to remember a
college in tellng us that i was one or the other... 
Can't remember which, though.

> According to the dictionary, "plead" (pled) is a
> past tense and past 
> participle of "plead" (pleed).  Either "pled" or
> "plead" is correct.  And 
> also using the term "pleaded" is correct.

Magic 104
North Conway, NH

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