- v. present participle of lobby.
“In my interviews for the study, I found that many religious leaders dislike the connotations of the term "lobbying" and do not consider themselves to be lobbyists.”
“While knowing total expenditures in lobbying is good I would like to see some breakdown as to where all of that money is going, to see exactly whose pockets are filling as a result of the largess being spread around.”
“The current system that consists in lobbying is (hopefully!) soon to turn obsolete, suffice to look at its associated achievements.”
“But probably not use the word lobbying in it, he says.”
“And it wasn't a very edifying experience talking with the members of Congress and doing what we call lobbying.”
“In fact, the word "lobbying" does not appear in the contracts, and perhaps with good reason.”
“For two years, Tucci adds, she has served on the board of the Missouri Motion Media Association, which she describes as the lobbying arm of the state film commission.”
“The churches have lobbyists…I mean, it really doesn’t matter what walk of life these people are when they kind of recoil at the term lobbying or lobbyists.”
“I mean, what is the point of voting in Democrats if they are just gonna turn around, take bribes (they like to call it lobbying) and just act like corporatist Republicans? dominican mama 4 Obama”
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US Congress/Senate + Westminster + European Parliament usage
Words from the book by Jane Jacobs.
An obnoxious and ridiculous madlib list where verbish '-ing' words fill in the blank wherein the blank is a call for a beating.
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