- n. Plural form of parasite.
“Notwithstanding the pejorative name, everyone agrees that feeding the parasites is the just and humane thing to do.”
“One thought "wild" fish often contain parasites, fungus, and various other diseases.”
“It is one of the most common disease-causing brain parasites in the world and is the leading cause of brain seizures.”
“Yawn … one set of tax-eating parasites is replaced by another set, with some marginal change in their propensity to unleash their Sardaukar.”
“The sheer number of rationalizations from apologists for parasites is amazing.”
“Next we will flush the parasites from the banking industry.”
“The problem for these parasites is that with internet you can mass market stuff for free even if it is not easy.”
“One of the most common skin parasites the warbel (aka wolf) does typically go away in late fall.”
“I would hope that after doing so, the student could recognize that his view of financiers as parasites is in a long tradition (think Jesus on money-changers in the temple, for example).”
“No need to read this sheet and personally I believe that this jujement redned by a corrupted court under a corrupted judge and ploted by an industry of criminal parasites is beraly fgood enought to be use aas toilet paper.”
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