- n. Plural form of collusion.
“I'm not attempting to deny that there was some underhandedness going on with different financial institutions - there always is - but I am saying that these "collusions" are much smaller factors than financial irresponsibility and the FedGov's over-regulation.”
“Mrs. McGillicuddy was invariably on Kettle's side, and one blast upon her bugle horn was worth ten thousand men in what Kettle called his "collusions," with the Sergeant.”
“With the upcoming (hopefully) inquiries into wire-tapping, Torture, information sharing/telecommunications/government collusions, etc … how many whistle-blowers will sound off if the head of the CIA is an insider beholden to the present dynasties that exist within the CIA?”
“But those days of free-flowing conversation seemed distant, those effortless collusions that had left both of us feeling a little self-satisfied by the special bond we had.”
“Better hurry and get the jump or this idiot, with his FOX collusions will upstage and take ownership of the term “cancer!””
“My most concise feelings about the current administration are a sense of wonder over the grand ambitions and tremendous accomplishments (yes, accomplishments; whether you like the contents or not, no one else has been able to get a health care bill through congress for a hundred years), countered by mounting horror over the compromises, capitulations, passive stances, feeble executions, disingenuous misleads, and creepy collusions behind each victory, and each defeat.”
“Discovering this second space, you realize the entire gallery is treated as a Clements' interior, with disruptions and collusions, where the chandelier sits next next to a woman who sits next to a window fixture...”
“A secretive change like the one that was just made raises questions of collusions with industry and does not help make the change credible," wrote wireless industry consultant Michael Marcus in a blog on Public Knowledge, a public interest site.”
“The clandestine meetings between Israeli and French officials in the months to come would constitute what historian Donald Neff, in Warriors at Suez, has called “one of the most extraordinary secret collusions in modern times.””
“Scientist collusions follow from their assumptions.”
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