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  • n. Plural form of scandal.

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Examples

  • I happen to think complaining about certain scandals is a waste of time because they don’t push forward progressive policies.

    Think Progress » Leaked Pentagon study

  • Is he saying he wasn't really wrong at all or is it simply a case that friends of Cameron, be they involved in scandals or fiddling expenses or other errors of judgement are allowed to stay close to power whilst the older Tories who resist Cameron's agenda are told to stand down?

    Alan Duncan

  • The conservative GOP only admits any wrongdoing when they get caught in scandals, otherwise they sit on their high horse and judge everyone else on family values and religion.

    Sanford's wife: He's earned a second chance

  • Jenn – the difference between GOP sex scandals and Democratic sex scandals is that the GOP has positioned itself as the "family values" party, the "defenders of traditonal marriage" and Jesus.

    Pawlenty: GOP's 'clearly' been damaged

  • I love it how virtually every one of these self rightous Repugs that called for his impeachment because of of Monica has since been embroiled in scandals as bad or (Newt Gingrich) far worse.

    Sanford should stay, two top South Carolina papers say

  • This should be a lesson to all Americans that the preoccupation with sex scandals is no more than lazy journalism at its worst.

    CNN Poll: Americans think Sanford should resign

  • It seems that they get special favors, get caught in scandals and yet never pay the price that a regular American citizen would pay under the same circumstances.

    Sanford admits extramarital affair

  • Stay tuned, because what we have set out above, with or without any late-breaking scandals, is the battlefield on which the U.S.

    The Dynamics of Buck's "Woman Problem"

  • But the notion that Wall Street somehow has a monopoly on "disastrous chicanery" is laughable, as big corporate scandals from a few years ago -- Tyco, Adelphia, Enron, WorldCom -- make clear.

    Yvette Kantrow: Making it

  • Hiss has been involved in scandals since the 1950s, at which time he was implicated in an alleged child-stealing scheme. posted by Dr. Dawg at 11: 43 AM

    Truth is a defence

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