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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of airdrop.

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Examples

  • That order took direct aim at "airdropped" earmarks on grounds that they lack the force of law.

    Earmarks After Dark

  • Instead, the Members have "airdropped," in Beltway parlance, a huge number of them into the conference report that accompanies the bill.

    Earmarks After Dark

  • The conference committee "airdropped" 19 earmarks that were not in the original House or Senate bills.

    Water Carriers

  • But the Office of Management and Budget "airdropped" the program into the department's budget request for $330 million for the next fiscal year.

    FOXNews.com

  • Asked about the claims, spokesman Josh Earnest took issue with the charge in the Journal and McCain ad that operatives were "airdropped" into Alaska.

    FOXNews.com

  • Wall Street Journal also reports that 30 Democrat operatives have been "airdropped" into Juneau and Wasilla to uncover other as-yet undiscovered scandals;

    This ain't Hell, but you can see it from here

  • Wall Street Journal also reports that 30 Democrat operatives have been "airdropped" into Juneau and Wasilla to uncover other as-yet undiscovered scandals;

    This ain't Hell, but you can see it from here

  • * If an Obama presidency means spending billions of dollars annually on wasteful pork-barrel projects, including taxpayer-funded "monuments to me" and earmarks "airdropped" into bills at the last possible minute to avoid scrutiny, Republicans will fight it vigorously.

    Stop The ACLU

  • The machines, at 220-pounds, can be airdropped to any site.

    'Hooah Mail' - SpouseBUZZ

  • The boat, dubbed Britannia, was no pond-fishing craft, but a 22-foot double-hulled rowboat based on a design for an airdropped lifeboat.

    A Solo Seafarer, Armed Only With Oars

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