- n. Plural form of Georgian.
“I think any truly dedicated person that devotes over a quarter of a century of his life to the betterment of Georgians is going to have a very thorough grasp of discerning need from pork, fairness from greed.”
“Georgia is a small nation under threat from the Russians, and in the short term Georgians will rally around their leader.”
“The Georgians were a sorry lot when it came to sex, to be honest, riddled with guilt, terrified that any activity without a fighting chance of conception would make hair grow on their palms; and convinced women were either virtuous heir-generators or nymphomaniac sluts who sold themselves to satisfy the urges a gentleman's virtuous wife could not possibly fulfill.”
“He urged the administration to spell out that "the Georgians are our allies" and to be clear that "we are going to provide arms to defend themselves.”
“The pro = Russia Georgians were against that from what I could gather from my readings.”
“Students better known as Georgians have brought laurels from all over the world.”
“They say the Georgians were the ones who took the first military action.”
“We will pull out as soon as we feel that the other side, namely the Georgians, will do what they are supposed to do.”
“Much of the population, namely the Georgians, had long ago been purged by Russian-backed militias, leaving behind a rump population of Ossetian farmers and Russian security forces posing as Ossetians.”
“They blame the Georgians, they say the Georgians were the ones who took the first military action.”
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