- n. Plural form of kowtow.
“Because, many Malays feel that it "kowtows" to DAP.”
“He kowtows, septic skull to the pavement, eyes crusting with small, yellow horrors.”
“A president who kowtows (nearly literally in some cases) to podunk potentates and calls it “restoring respect” to America.”
“Instead of standing up for Massachusetts families, small businesses and seniors, Brown kowtows to the Republican establishment in Washington.”
“But what we aren't getting to see much of is the Lawrence Summers who recognizes that reforms and change are needed in an economy that over-kowtows to the financial sector.”
“Blame those who uphold the status quo because every time a pro-abortion woman pipes up with just one simple word: “Discrimination!” everyone kowtows and scuttles away in scared silence.”
“Because the USPS kowtows to the union, its low productivity mail carriers and sorters get paid better than federal hospital medical technologists and radiation technologists who have bachelor of science degrees and who are far more productive.”
“And the latest Republican meme is that President Obama is weak and kowtows to bullies.”
“He's ruining this great Country along with the Communist News Network (CNN) that kowtows to everything Obama does. jess Boldt”
“If Obama kowtows to this, he'll show weakness that others, including McCain and the Republicans can exploit against him in the GE.”
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