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  • n. Plural form of nemesis.

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Examples

  • Here we have the most powerful hero in all of comicdom, and his nemeses are always embroiled in real-estate chicanery, bank fraud, and political skullduggery.

    Who Can Save Superman? « the balcony fool

  • Our nemeses were the jocks who, having just managed to master an Excel pivot table with over 20 rows of data, had no appreciation of the scalability or network client / server issues and would heckle our meetings with cries of "Fools, I can do this all with my spreadsheet and database CD that came free inside my muesli box this morning."

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  • And I'm well aware of why my "nemeses" don't like the Dept.

    Sound Politics: Irony Watch

  • By the time we were finally there, I was out of breath—I’m a mathlete, not an athlete—and had put Nick’s grouchy face, Payton’s problems, and all evil nemeses a.k.a.

    Times Squared

  • We learn the Haitian has been acting as a courier for Mama P, while Daphne, who seems more amused than intimidated by her Japanese "nemeses," is acting as a freelancer.

    Racialicious - the intersection of race and pop culture

  • Obama said the review was begun to "make sure we avoid excessive, inconsistent and redundant regulation," which closely matched remarks made by one of the president's chief nemeses, Chamber of Commerce President Tom Donohue.

    Obama's Regulations Review Draws Mixed Responses

  • President Obama's visit to rainy Richmond on Wednesday for one of a series of backyard chats on the economy with middle-class supporters takes him to the back yard of one of his leading congressional nemeses.

    Cantor welcomes Obama to Richmond, in a way

  • Snow, Jakita and the Drummer take on their nemeses the Four … then death itself!

    DC Comics for February 2010 | Major Spoilers - Comic Book Reviews and News

  • Common elected men of the common H of P want the same privileges as the Laudly ones get for getting laws passed so they will not pay taxes for sending monies to those Islands of cow names that rest under the protection of The English nemeses that croak.

    Location, location, location. « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • They are rivals, nemeses, and they each manipulate events with a different goal in mind.

    End of Time

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