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  • noun Plural form of accomplisher.

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Examples

  • A great feast was made for them and the conspirators already felt themselves the accomplishers of the orders of the Dalai Lama.

    Beasts, Men and Gods

  • We are religious in so far as we recognize that God is the unconditioned ground of our being and moral life; moral, in so far as by our free life we confess in acts that God is for us the absolute rule of action, — that we are free accomplishers of the divine will.

    Christian Ethics. Volume II.���Pure Ethics.

  • This expansion is correlated to the ways we disclose the world and, indeed, to our own identities as the accomplishers of these collective projects.

    openDemocracy

  • This expansion is correlated to the ways we disclose the world and, indeed, to our own identities as the accomplishers of these collective projects.

    openDemocracy

  • "We've grown into a nation that, instead of doers and accomplishers, is rapidly becoming a nation of grievance and entitlement," he said.

    courierpress.com Stories

  • "We've grown into a nation that, instead of doers and accomplishers, is rapidly becoming a nation of grievance and entitlement," he said.

    courierpress.com Stories

  • They've grown from Home (i.e. same as single click), Phone Favorites, and iPod to now include Search (epic win for mobile accomplishers) and Camera.

    The iPhone Blog

  • They've grown from Home (i.e. same as single click), Phone Favorites, and iPod to now include Search (epic win for mobile accomplishers) and Camera.

    doggdot.us

  • free virtual internet holdem treachery always senators accomplishers spoons hatchet

    The Volokh Conspiracy » In Jesse Jackson’s world,

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