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- n. a villainous Jew in a novel by Charles Dickens
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Although the flying pigs poster is quite funny, if only for the expression on Mr. Letwin's face, the 'fagin' poster is creepy and does look antisemetic.
June Rothberg, Jacqueline Rose Hott, claire fagin, Harriet Feldman, and Janice Selekman have been, or are, deans at schools of nursing.
The scream was full tilt nutsy fagin all by itself.
And Bush's reluctance to do this is the explanation for the confusion over what's going on in Iraq, as noted eloquently by richard fagin:
Fine and dandy, and that might fly, except it gets derailed, first, when one remembers that is was the democrats who flat out refused to participate in any debate on FOX NEWS, and second, when one observes how the whole democrat apparatus and all the little apparatchiks operating in it went nutsy fagin tilt when their candidate was asked an innocuous and simple question about her own democrat governor's policy favoring driver's licenses for illegals, with screams of unfair! unfair! rightwing question! unfair! gotcha game!
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