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  • proper n. Plural form of Shriner.

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Examples

  • Explain how the Shriners is a religious or quasi religious organization?

    Shriner Car Injures 2 At Parade at cvillenews.com

  • I can make one promise, though -- I will not present anyone with a story or manuscript and expect them to keep track of it for days at their card table at a freakin 'Shriners' convention for writers.

    Getting Peachy

  • See "Shriners" -- hell, even AIA conventions come under the old "Carnival" exemption, where civilized behavior gets forgotten.

    Tuesday no-roadkill report

  • Finally, I did not say that the Shriners were a religious organization in the same way that Catholics and Jews were.

    Shriner Car Injures 2 At Parade at cvillenews.com

  • Right now, our -- we've confirmed that 19 people have been transferred to four -- actually five Massachusetts hospitals, Brigham and Women's, Mass General, Shriners, which is associated there, UMass - Worcester, and St. Luke's.

    CNN Transcript Feb 22, 2003

  • The Minneapolis hospital opened in 1923, the third of what were then known as Shriners' "hospitals for crippled children."

    StarTribune.com rss feed

  • The Shriners are a worldwide fraternity of about 325,000 members, whose red fez hats, college football games and circus shows are as much a part of their history as hospitals.

    StarTribune.com rss feed

  • A pair of teenage girls watching the parade spent close to an hour squealing and waving, like the Shriners were a bunch of adorable, wrinkly puppies, and Queen's Park South was a shop window.

    Torontoist

  • 'Shriners' meeting 'in the city, "mischievously supplemented Mary, who knew her Uncle's liking for the Masonic Lodge of which he was a member," and, "she continued," I brought you a picture for your birthday, which we shall celebrate tomorrow.

    Mary at the Farm and Book of Recipes Compiled during Her Visit among the "Pennsylvania Germans"

  • Organizations such as Shriners earn money from investing their endowments in a mix of stocks and bonds, which all have taken a hit during the economic downturn.

    The Daily News - News

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