from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Something which ends another thing.
- n. A maneuver in which one uses the pressure of a wave to flip one's kayak end over end.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who, or that which, makes an end of something.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- An obsolete dialectal form of under.
- n. One who or that which ends, terminates, or finishes.
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And if the argument-ender is dropped and it's recognized that questions of design and designers can't be ruled on in either direction by science, it's a step backwards for a side that used to enjoy relatively unfettered BS rights.
(Or maybe you're a 20-something West-ender, which is still cool.)
“I wish that FDL agreed with me and Chait and Paul Krugman and the SEIU and the NAACP about health care rather than taking its counterproductive dead-ender stance.”
I wish that FDL agreed with me and Chait and Paul Krugman and the SEIU and the NAACP about health care rather than taking its counterproductive dead-ender stance.
And those of us who disagree with them should spend more time attacking the logic of their arguments instead of maligning them as “dead ender” “leftists.”
Pass only the good portions through reconciliation if necessary. ender
She can't remember what magazines and newspapers she reads and her television set is permanently locked on Fox News. ender
"There safe and reduces the possibilities of undue, unnecessary harm." for who the Terrorist? ender
Where were the Repuiblicans when Bush Boy and his thugs were spending us to oblivion? ender
I'm sure he wil have his platform on the FOX network soon. ender
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