from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. One who encourages and propagates error.
- n. One who holds onto an erroneous belief.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who encourages and propagates error; one who holds to error.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who errs, or who encourages and propagates error.
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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