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  • Then the old rector had been gathered to the majority, and this long-legged busybody had taken his place, a man, according to the agent, as full of communistical notions as an egg is full of meat, and always ready to poke his nose into other people's business.

    Robert Elsmere

  • Rector had been gathered to the majority, and this long-legged busybody had taken his place, a man, according to the agent, as full of communistical notions as an egg is full of meat, and always ready to poke his nose into other people's business.

    Robert Elsmere

  • She had done her best to secure Ernest a good place in a thoroughly nice family, and if he chose to throw it up at a moment's notice for one of his own absurd communistical fads, it was happily none of her business.

    Philistia

  • It don't get more communistical than that, now do it?

    WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

  • A complex of ideologies, Utopian, messianic, visionary, practical, communistical, sometimes dreamily idealistic - Jews and Arabs working the land side by side - sometimes just plain desperate, came together (and indeed didn't always do that) to form that which we call Zionism.

    The Independent - Frontpage RSS Feed

  • When I exited on the Canadian side, Beck was crying inconsolably, having discovered that the words "e pluribus unum" on the dollar bill were actually communistical propaganda inserted by the same Kenyan cabal that planted Obama's birth announcement in the Honolulu newspapers.

    In These Times

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