- error + -ist (Wiktionary)
“Contrary to the assumption of the mad errorist, there simply isn't any logically possible transition from rU to oU, because there is no possible world in which a member of the set of all forever observerless universes is identical with a member of the set of all universes containing observers.”
“A first counter move would clearly be to strike at the US heartland via the t errorist network.”
“Farrell initiated a review after Barrett spoke on a radio talk show last month about his views that the 2001 errorist attacks were a government conspiracy designed to spark war in the Middle East.”
“Nicky Loh/Reuters TO ERR IS HUMAN: A security guard looked at the "We are all errorist" art piece from the Spanish group Internacional Errorista at a Taiwan museum Friday.”
“This week's winning bumpersticker from the Thursday delivery route showed a drawing of George W. Bush and said "American errorist.”
“Time for DECENT Americans to call out the TeaPotN.ut ters and the Politicians who embrace these Economic T.errorist smilingasa: RIGHT ON!”
“Until the [[September 11th attacks]] in 2001, this was the deadlistt errorist incident in the [[United States]].”
“I call for all Queen's students to rise up against the errorist threat, whether you are a victim of American hegemony, an empathetically marginalized philosophy major or if you simply harbour guilt that your father is the vice-president of TD bank and is paying your tuition.”
“We are heartened to see the counter-errorist troops in the SGPS fighting to gain a thought foothold among graduate students.”
“You can scarcely find an errorist in this land, who did not once believe the truth and abhor the errors he has embraced.”
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