- n. Plural form of regime.
“My answer to this question is that most objects we're familiar with exist in what I call regimes of attraction that are fairly stable.”
“It does not matter what we call regimes that pursue this aim.”
“Similarly, attempting to hide from your original unfounded opinion on the “overreaction” of “conservatives” who have escaped communist regimes is going to get you nowhere.”
“I'm hoping that there was some wind tunnel testing to confirm this but putting the Ares mold-line through the hardest control regimes is a pretty compelling test.”
“The naivety you display about such men and regimes is so breathtaking that Casto's own daughter, Alina Fernandez, offers a public smack down.”
“The league leaders in the category of deaths due to ideology would be the old Soviet and Chinese Communists regimes from the recent twentieth century.”
“But one thing we know about military regimes is that they are calculating.”
“Which, contrary to your supposition, is why I call regimes such as USSR, PRC, GDR, DPRK et al communist.”
“Equally, it ought to be possible for sensible folk to decry the corruption of Latin American regimes without also celebrating the ghastly record of the ghastly thugs who have subsequently destroyed Cuba.”
“AT&T, McCain's second largest donor, also generously funds the International Republican Institute (IRI), which has warred with Latin American regimes that have resisted telecommunications privatization.”
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