- n. Plural form of enabler.
“And when we had that analyzed product, it goes to who we call the enablers in the field, right to the military, right to the commanders.”
“The Pentagon had revived a pending request for 4,500 more "enablers" - logistics, communications and medical personnel.”
“U.S. advisors will provide training, advice, and what they call "enablers" - such a surveillance equipment and air support.”
“She considers them "enablers" -- they get people's questions to the folks who can provide answers.”
“Unfortunately, many girls wind up dating and getting married to 'enablers' - men who want their spouse to be overweight.”
“POLITICAL SEX SCANDALS: This can get complicated because political sex scandals often spill over into the category of political corruption, involving, as they almost inevitably do, hush money, trips paid for with taxpayer funds and "enablers" -- aides or close relatives scrambling to cover up the bad behavior.”
“While the army and Marines have enough forces available, Gates said "enablers" - specialist units that fly helicopters, gather battlefield intelligence and clear roadside bombs - were in particularly short supply, a cause of some concern.”
“Thousands of "enablers" - combat service and combat service support servicemembers - also deployed.”
“I don’t think the military experience of Bush’s invasion-enablers is worth what is advertised. —”
“We need long-term enablers which include appropriate policies, access to capital and other resources as well as access to markets.”
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