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  • v. Present participle of propagate.

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Examples

  • It's as important an element as the translation itself and the translation, imo, cannot succeed in propagating new perspectives without it.

    MIND MELD: Guide to International SF/F (Part I )

  • The media is complicit in propagating the ignorance of these people by refusing to report news and preferring snark and McCain talking points to actual journalism.

    Obama’s Hawaiian Homecoming - The Caucus Blog - NYTimes.com

  • (Jones made a name propagating conspiracies ranging from the claim that Bill Clinton planned the Oklahoma City bombings to the idea that the attacks on 9/11 were orchestrated by a cabal of American and Israeli government officials.)

    Frank Schaeffer: The Trivialization of The Presidency: Obama Becomes Oprah

  • My book attacks all the conventions of book distribution, and yet I must struggle to succeed in propagating my message in the very world I hope to help alter.

    And the Laura Ingalls Wilder Medal goes to...

  • Note 65: The work of the world-systems theorists has been most influential in propagating the view of Europe as the center of a global economic system.

    How Taiwan Became Chinese

  • The Democrats keep moving right because the Republicans have been so successful in propagating the notion that anyone to the left of Leo Strauss is the equivalent of Joseph Stalin -- and the Democrats just let that happen.

    asking the wrong question

  • Administration has been so successful in propagating the meme that questioning the Administration is treason ..., etc. Come on, Scote.

    Paranoia « BuzzMachine

  • Administration has been so successful in propagating the meme that questioning the Administration is treason ... ”, etc. Come on, Scote.

    Paranoia « BuzzMachine

  • The rest of the quote was “the Administration has been so successful in propagating the meme that questioning the Administration is treason, aids the enemy, means you don†™ t support the troops.”

    Paranoia « BuzzMachine

  • Scote writes: “It is extremely sad that the Administration has been so successful in propagating the meme that questioning the Administration is treason, aids the enemy, means you don†™ t support the troops. ”

    Paranoia « BuzzMachine

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