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(quote-journal)|date=16 April 2015|passage=For the second year, foreign amateur runners were allowed to participate in a 10-kilometer race, a half-marathon or a full marathon in Pyongyang, the capital. The races were a part of the April 15 birthday celebration of Kim Il-sung, the former leader of North Korea and father of his successors: Kim Jong-il, a son, and Kim Jong-un, a grandson.
To share, share in (something). (defdate)
(circa) (w), ''(w)'', Act V, Scene(nbs)1,http://www.opensourceshakespeare.org/views/plays/play_view.php?WorkID=12night&Scope=entire&pleasewait=1&msg=pl
- A spirit I am indeed;
- But am in that dimension grossly clad
- Which from the womb I did participate.
1638, (w), ''Some Yeares Travels Into Africa & Asia the Great'', London: Jacob Blome and Richard Bishop, Book I, p.(nbs)52,https://archive.org/details/bub_gb_hNn7DbdAKVAC
- The ''(w)'' are tollerated all sorts of meat; but (in obedience to the Mahomitan and Bannyan ’mongst whom they live) refraine Beefe and Hog flesh: they seldome feed together, lest they might participate one anothers impurity: each has his owne cup ....
1803, (w), ''The History of the Maroons'', London: Longman and Rees, Volume 1, Letter 4, p.(nbs)109,https://archive.org/details/cihm_44228
- In what country on the globe is it, that in the class of mankind doomed to labour, we shall not find tribes, the women of which participate the toils of the men?
To share (something) (m) others; to transfer (something) (m) or (m) others. (defdate)
1661, Thomas Salusbury, ''Galilaeus Galilaeus Lyncaeus, His Systeme of the World'', Second Dialogue, in ''Mathematical Collections and Translations'', London, p.(nbs)105,http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A61244.0001.001
- Make the Earth ... turn round its own ''axis'' in twenty four hours, and towards the same point with all the other Spheres; and without participating this same motion to any other Planet or Star, all shall have their risings, settings, and in a word, all their other appearances.
Acting in common; participating.
1608, William Shakespeare|William Shakespeare, ''The Tragedy of Coriolanus|The Tragedy of Coriolanus'', I. i. 101:
- And, mutually participate, did minister / Unto the appetite and affection common / Of the whole body.