Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In coal-mining, the operation of changing the tubs on the cage.
- v. present participle of cage.
“Note that "caging" is not a violation of Florida voting law.”
“That is, you started discussing whether "caging" is a violation of Florida law, as if that were what I was talking about.”
“This is "caging" -- this is happening in Florida too.”
“Last week, someone named "Dan Froomkin," on the Washington Post website, huffed and puffed and tried to blow down BBC's exposure of voter 'caging' - a GOP trick for challenging legitimate ballots.”
“A vocal chameleon who segues effortlessly from genre to genre, Asha rejects the idea of caging herself in a box.”
“Plus, they aren't asking people to verify their address, they want to verify those address themselves using caging, which is known to be wildly inaccurate.”
“And now weâ€ ™ ve got voter ID laws across the country, and weâ€ ™ ve got voter caging, which is a fancy way of purging people from the voter files.”
“And now we've got voter ID laws across the country, and we've got voter caging, which is a fancy way of purging people from the voter files.”
“At this stage, there's not much we can do about the now long-accomplished purging of voter registrations (over 19% in Colorado) and systemic "caging" (fooling) of voters, nor the electronic vote-flipping seen in five states during early voting (ask Oprah how well her machine worked last week).”
“Well, I was all nervous about the "caging" and "purging" of registered voter lists in several states under the Help America Not Vote or whatever it's called.”
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