What is the past tense of put flesh on the bones of?

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The past tense of put flesh on the bones of is also put flesh on the bones of.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of put flesh on the bones of is puts flesh on the bones of.

The present participle of put flesh on the bones of is putting flesh on the bones of.

The past participle of put flesh on the bones of is put flesh on the bones of.

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Much more scholarly research will need to be carried out to put flesh on the bones of this theory.

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