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  • n. Plural form of fudger.

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Examples

  • Quick Fact: Fox News 'Chris Wallace calls climate scientists "fudgers" who "tried to suppress opposition"

    Not My Tribe

  • The poseurs will be destroyed, as they should be, and any other potential fudgers will get a first-hand look at the downside of this type ofscam.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » “Climategate” and the Social Validation of Knowledge

  • I shaved only one-tenth of an inch off each margin and shrunk the text by 5% — far, far less than most fudgers attempt.

    Author! Author! » 2009 » April

  • I shaved only one-tenth of an inch off each margin and shrunk the text by 5% — far less than most fudgers attempt, incidentally.

    Author! Author! » 2008 » November

  • Hayes, and maybe one or two others and while I concur with you that there are too many centrist fudgers there too, it is certainly more to the right now than the record of the P. DS would suggest they were this past decade or so.

    Politics.ie

  • Sweet Fuck All. yeap, we're the great fudgers - we avoid confrontation, heck, recent study showed that if New Zealand was offered a benevolent dictator and ran things better than now - most would ok it.

    Slashdot: Your Rights Online

  • "CLIMATE change sceptics have pounced on the mass release by hackers of emails between climate scientists that appear to portray the scientists as fudgers and obfuscators of data and as plotters who would undermine their opponents 'work." also within the text

    Watts Up With That?

  • From the promoters like Al Gore to the data fudgers like Mann, Jones, Briffa and the rest.

    Pajamas Media

  • "industry", all those dirty fudgers with grubby paws.

    FUTURE SOUNDS

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