- n. Plural form of ill.
“Also haveing LITTLE faith it can solve the coutries ills is NOT the same thing as saying they dont want it to TRY.”
“To suggest immigrants are the root cause of all ills is … … has Labour shifted its politics to align with the BNP to catch their votes as well? on April 12, 2010 at 5: 14 pm inspectorgadget”
“The union convinces its members that they are victims and that they don't earn a living wage, and that they need to be protected "from abuse of power by administrators". that statement makes me believe you were an Oregon teacher even less. and of course a teacher's union isn't perfect -- but using it as a straw man catch-all for academic ills is ludicrous.”
“If not, are you folks really not aware that most of the space-related parts of Blogistan are inhabited by people totally convinced that the best cure for the nation's aerospace ills is to complete the task so well begun by immediately laying off 90% of the NASA employees who have so far evaded firing, layoffs, and RIFFs?”
“Oh, it also appears that The One who was going to fix all the worlds ills is doing no better than Bush did.”
“And anyone who points to one group as the reason for America's ills is a racist.”
“I excused any number of ills from the Star Wars prequels on first viewing, just because it was Star Wars.”
“Using the media as a collective whipping boy for deeper societal ills is a simple cop-out.”
“Tung has also championed the buzzwords for curing Hong Kong's long-term ills: "" high technology. '”
“Some may say Costas spouting off on TV about baseball's ills is too much to take all at once.”
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Imagine my joy when I was wearing my calculator watch and was first introduced to someone named Leslie - there was exactly enough room on the display for 317537.14.
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