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- n. Alternative form of inquirer.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. See inquirer.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. someone who asks a question
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"Does this mean that any legitimate inquiry into the qualifications, competence and performance of the official in and of itself labels the enquirer a racist?
'Not only did Hicks Jnr label the enquirer an' idiot ', he followed this up with an expletive-ridden tirade.
Then let me tell you that you are doing just the reverse; the encouragement which you offer would have been all very well had I myself believed that I knew what I was talking about: to declare the truth about matters of high interest which a man honours and loves among wise men who love him need occasion no fear or faltering in his mind; but to carry on an argument when you are yourself only a hesitating enquirer, which is my condition, is a dangerous and slippery thing; and the danger is not that I shall be laughed at (of which the fear would be childish), but that I shall miss the truth where I have most need to be sure of my footing, and drag my friends after me in my fall.
We actually found her first and she told me it was B.S. that the "enquirer" story was made up, that she says that they paid these two women who talked to them.
They at least raise questions and we should try to answer them, I much prefer that to seeing posts from the likes of that depraved "enquirer"
I'd usually get a laugh out of that line before the enquirer invariably launched into a broadside on biased journalism, sensational reporting, the media's moral bankruptcy, its role as a propagandist and apologist for those in power, and corporate influence on the news.
What the enquirer has in mind is a Missa solitaria, Mass at which no one assists.
Drudge used to write for the world nut daily and the national enquirer, right?
I see more believeable reports on Yahoo and the national enquirer!
You'd get more truth out of the national enquirer than any news network these days.
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