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  • n. Plural form of fixer.

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Examples

  • The solitary voices of honest brokers - the would-be 'fixers' - echo hollowly with ignored, practical plans.

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  • Naqshbandi was one of Afghanistan's best "fixers" - someone hired by foreign journalists to facilitate, translate, and gain access for their stories.

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  • The motivation for Zardari's judicial coup against the PML-N bigwigs, the brothers Sharif, was intended to preserve the National Reconciliation Ordinance (NRO), a corrupt deal struck by Bhutto and Musharraf -- under the watchful eyes of Bush administration "fixers" -- whereby Musharraf would be "reelected" President in return for absolving the gross criminality and corruption of Bhutto and other PPP leaders.

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  • I believe one of America’s most shining qualities in a world of dictators, monarch (s), and outright election fixers; is our firm stance against the development of theocracies.

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  • From moisturizers to their amazing Drying Lotion for pimples (yes, even stars get the occasional breakout), guests could peruse their entire collection of all-natural skin fixers.

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  • They call their fixers like the Harvey Keitel character in "Pulp Fiction."

    CNN Transcript Jan 24, 2008

  • These include employing free agents known as "fixers," who offer on-the-ground intelligence, security, networking, and deniability in case of a legal challenge.

    Reuters: Press Release

  • Pulitzer magnets like The New York Times and Washington Post have the financial wherewithal (for e.g., foreign bureaus, travel, technology, manpower, "fixers," etc.) their smaller competitors can never hope to equal.

    Newsweek Rumblr: Does the ‘National Enquirer’ Deserve the Pulitzer?

  • Legumes are good "fixers" of nitrogen, taking the inert gas from the atmosphere and converting it into biologically useful ammonia (NH3) on which plants and other organisms depend.

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  • Did you discover that the "fixers" all looked like little circles with crosses underneath?

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