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  • v. Present participle of blamestorm.
  • n. The action of the verb to blamestorm.


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  • Some real clunkers have gotten the canonical treatment, including "blamestorming," a portmanteau that evokes a discussion session for assigning guilt, and "meatspace," a goofy literalism that means the physical world.

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  • From 'blamestorming' to 'going forward', what are the best management jargon atrocities you've come across?

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  • Important news folks: The article is about the vetting process, not another liberal vs dem vs independent vs anarchist blamestorming argument.

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  • I prefer the more modern management term of ‘blamestorming’.

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  • He is right not to jump into the blamestorming but instead look forward.

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  • I was disappointed in the tenor of the debate on key issues where blamestorming seemed to rule.

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  • It's far more likely to have been straight CYA blamestorming--it wasn't the Bush admin that developed that bad WMD intel over much more than a decade.

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  • CROP DUSTING: Surreptitiously passing gas whi! le passing through a cube farm, then enjoying the sounds of dismay and disgust; leads to prairie dogging and blamestorming.

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  • He promised that his tool would reduce costs and stop different departments from blaming one another during an outage "blamestorming," he called it.

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  • WASHINGTON-America's toxic political divide gaped wide as ever in the aftermath of the tragedy in Tucson as the country's noisiest talking heads engaged in unrestrained blamestorming, each side accusing the other feeding hatred. - Home Page


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  • As seen in this Times article.

    January 28, 2008