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  • v. Present participle of veto.

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Examples

  • They are doing the right thing in vetoing that terrible make-illegal-foreclosures-fast-and-easy bill, in backing the AGs, and in backing the rule of law on foreclosure fraud.

    Mike Lux: Populist Surge or Muddled Message Overwhelmed by Money?

  • I am more worried about McCain vetoing my COLD BEER!

    Obama beats back criticism over head of VP search

  • I wonder what prompted the board of trustees to begin vetoing parent/teacher selections this year?

    God help these kids because their parents won't.

  • Here is a quote: “Is it better to give women the option of using their embryos left over from fertility treatment for research or to just dispose of them? ” Bush made the right choice in vetoing a bill that would have given women this choice.

    Think Progress » House vote to overturn stem cell veto fails.

  • One day earlier, at a state Democratic Party fundraiser at the Orpheum Theatre in Madison, Doyle thundered against the Republican version of the budget, but again suggested he had thrown out the idea of vetoing it entirely.

    Doyle Won't Veto Entire Budget

  • Obama who has just prematurely won the Nobel prize for peace and was recently applauded for announcing a more cooperative approach to the United Nations has shot himself in the legs by recurring to the traditional U.S. threat of "vetoing" the world community.

    U.S. ���Personality Assassination' of a Palestinian Ally

  • The only two measures he had carried with a high and imperative hand, were first, -- the 'vetoing' of an intended declaration of war, -- and the refusal of extensive lands to the Jesuits.

    Temporal Power

  • I raised this point at the daily White House press briefing yesterday, pointing out that backing away from earlier threats such as vetoing Russia's entry into the World Trade Organization (WTO) is a reveral from some of the original rhetoric that came out of the Administration immediately after the Georgia invasion last month.

    The Right Angle @ HumanEvents.com

  • During his 2002 gubernatorial campaign Romney supported [[abortion]], his views evolved and would later take [[pro-life]] positions such as vetoing emergency contraception and vetoing [[stem-cell research]] that would allow cloning of human embryos.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • I always thought that vetoing our bill, and casting himself as the defender of traditional American values, was his way of mollifying the conservatives and creating a little maneuvering room to make the China trip.

    The Good Fight

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