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“The press have justifiably made an example of him, "Hoisted", said one commentator, "... by his own canard.”
“Hoisted with own petard ‘if you have nothing to hide you have nothing to fear’ on March 30, 2009 at 3: 27 pm | Reply Retired Sgt”
“Hoisted aside by play's end, the wooden platform suggests a guillotine, all promise of hope, old world finery, and intellect, cut.”
“Hoisted his way into the heads of the computer geeks.”
“Hoisted on its own petard of lying, cheating and fraudulent behaviour.”
“Hoisted onto a stretcher, wrapped in nice clean blankets, he took a look at his house or what remained of it as he was floated expertly over the wall.”
“Hoisted by her own Guardianista, NuLabour petard. on November 17, 2008 at 12: 54 pm | Reply old holborn”
“Hoisted your dogs so they could eat them," Peewee said.”
“Hoisted by their own petards of whether returning troops should be grossly insulted in such a manner after serving Queen and Country they then wriggled.”
“Hoisted on its own petard, mass-produced corporate media is an animal in a trap willing to chew through its own flesh to survive.”
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