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  • v. Present participle of alibi.


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  • As a result, alibiing the U.S. invasion of Haiti must have seemed to many just a logical extension of your previous positions, which it was.

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  • Can you conceive of your own father, much less the President of the United States, alibiing his way out of responsibility in this manner?

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  • Anybody who practices medicine and who objects to national health insurance while alibiing that the uninsured are an unavoidable condition of our system would be well-advised to re-read the Hippocratic Oath.

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