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