- v. present participle of massage.
“It shows how traditional journalistic values of verification and perspective have been ignored by millions of bloggers who are more interested in massaging information than digging to get it.”
“The former revelation suggested some researchers were involved in massaging the truth, sceptics claimed, while the latter exposed deficiencies in the way the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change – authors of the report – go about their business.”
““I’m sorry,” the bartender said and stood up straight, wincing and massaging is back.”
“So jumps and slips reflects minor variations that have nothing to do with the level of massaging, which is always constant (and maxed out).”
“So jumps and slips reflects minor variations that have nothing to do with the level of massaging, which is always constant and maxed out.”
“The spin and word massaging now being foisted on the American public boarders on being criminal.”
“Big business is known for "massaging" an endeavor to death because some one of many needed to get it "just right.”
“Some also boast spa-like comforts, such as massaging chairs, warm neck rolls, paraffin wax treatments for hands and reflexology, the traditional Chinese foot massage.”
“New Line's accountants apparently screwed them by "massaging" their numbers, accounting for inflation and other random costs, to make it look like the LOTR trilogy made ZERO profit.”
“Over at Salon today Joe Conason gives Dean the kind of massaging ( "Howard Dean, Vindicated") that would make Ted Haggard's gigilo blush.”
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