- are + -n’t (Wiktionary)
“These people he refers to aren't your typical market watchers.”
“And with the National Weather Service forecasting more severe weather from Texas to the Great Lakes through today, the calls aren't likely to abate.”
“For most entrepreneurs, sales calls aren't a laughing matter.”
“Under this standard, consumer demand or underlying ethical or environmental justifications for labeling aren't good enough reasons for mandatory labeling without a physical "material difference.”
“The labels aren't widely known outside fashion circles but they have been showered with awards by the cognoscenti: Juan Carlos Obando, Nomia, Bibhu Mohapatra, Michael Angel, Rochambeau and Electric Feathers.”
“—A Food and Drug Administration panel in an 8-to-6 vote advised the FDA that warning labels aren't needed over a possible link between artificial food dye and hyperactivity, but said more studies need to be done.”
“MR: Yeah, and the labels aren't willing to wait four or five albums before you have a hit.”
“The rich, in short, aren't nearly rich enough to finance Mr. Obama's entitlement state ambitions—even before his health-care plan kicks in.”
“Beings, he says, "look human but aren't" -- beings that have forgotten their value, surrendered their dignity, and abandoned their highest potential.”
“Other columns on this site have referred to it as a word we aren't allowed to print on our blog.”
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