from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A bolt- or screw-nut with wing-like projections; a thumb-nut; a finger-nut.
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- n. any tree of the genus Pterocarya; fruit is a small winged nutlet; Caucasus to southeastern Asia
- n. a threaded nut with winglike projections for thumb and forefinger leverage in turning
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Crist's veto will launch his senate bid big time as a oderate republican, everything the wing-nut Rubio does not want.
Since the Democrats ultimately didn't filibuster the nomination of that right wing-nut, Alito, a supreme court nominee who's a little more liberal should now by nominated and confirmed.
Thankfully this latest wing-nut was captured and brought to justice before he was able to carry out his engrained acts of violence against US Congress House speaker Nancy Pelosi.
The other reason was, and this was not the least bit surprising or enlightening, because the book is just another tacky tome of wing-nut ideology.
We need a solid Republican party that represents mainstream Republican Americans ... not these wing-nut, know-nothings on the far right. frank in valparaiso indiana
What is wrong with this woman, aside from being a money-hungry, ignorant, publicity seeking wing-nut with a deluded sense of her own importance.
Uh. .. no one could be elected president of the united states if they have taken part in exorcisms .... he's a total wing-nut freak!
All our pretend doctor has are Tea-bagger talking points and his own wing-nut opinion.
That would seem to suggest that the GOP is making a terrible mistake if it keeps turning away moderates to appease its vocal wing-nut faction.
He's just like that other treasonous wing-nut from South Carolina, John C. Calhoun.
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