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  • "Eviscerated" was how, in a Pentagon press briefing in October 2001, Newbold had described the state of Taliban fighters after American air strikes early in the war in Afghanistan.

    The Night of the Generals

  • Eviscerated worms and black bits overturned beneath the earth and hauled up by shoveling hands.

    The Fields

  • How America's Middle Class Was Eviscerated by Bushco, the CIA, and the Republican Overclass yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = 'How America\'s Middle Class Was Eviscerated by Bushco, the CIA, and the Republican Overclass'; yahooBuzzArticleSummary = 'Article: More than 100% of the growth in Gross Domestic Product over the past five years is attributable to the expansion of debt.

    How America's Middle Class Was Eviscerated by Bushco, the CIA, and the Republican Overclass

  • The vivid verb became the basis of a front-page headline in theWashington Post: Pentagon: Taliban Forces ‘Eviscerated.’

    The Right Word in the Right Place at the Right Time

  • Eviscerated: entrails oozing from deep torso rips.

    Hollywood Nocturne

  • Hooray, YouTube Not Eviscerated by Viacom Lawsuit - Epic news: The long fight between Viacom and Google is partially resolved, with the U.S.

    Megite Technology News: What's Happening Right Now

  • Eviscerated ancient right of Englishmen and Americans--habeas corpus

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • Increased federal spending and taxes collectedeach year * Eviscerated ancient right of Englishmen and Americans -- habeas corpus * Flunked the acid test of economic sanity -- raising the minimum wage (mandatory unemployment law) * Passed Freedom to Farm Act (at taxpayers 'expense, that is)

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  • Eviscerated, not robust at all, and what Paul Krugman now calls "medium-strength."

    CounterPunch

  • By Announcing Date, Obama Has Eviscerated Taliban Propaganda That America Seeks To Stay in Afghanistan Forever

    Kyl: By announcing date, Obama has 'complicated' Afghan war

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