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  • noun Plural form of brandisher.

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Examples

  • The small bunch of loud-mouth teabaggers, birthers, and gun-brandishers should be ignored.

    Poll: Are town hall protests changing minds?

  • Instead, these torch-carriers, gun-brandishers and tea partyers follow an anti-government terrorist attack by cheering a demagogue's demand for the physical annihilation of those with whom he disagrees -- namely anyone, but particularly progressives, who value "community."

    David Sirota: Glenn Beck's Message: It Is Happening Here

  • Instead, these torch-carriers, gun-brandishers and tea partyers follow an anti-government terrorist attack by cheering a demagogue's demand for the physical annihilation of those with whom he disagrees -- namely anyone, but particularly progressives, who value "community."

    Glenn Beck's Message: It Is Happening Here

  • Instead, these torch-carriers, gun-brandishers and tea partyers follow an anti-government terrorist attack by cheering a demagogue's demand for the physical annihilation of those with whom he disagrees -- namely anyone, but particularly progressives, who value "community."

    David Sirota: Glenn Beck's Message: It Is Happening Here

  • So, the question then becomes, “what substantive act were the brandishers here trying to complete?”

    The Volokh Conspiracy » More on gun registration, and guns at POTUS speeches:

  • I hate these pistol brandishers, Berrendo was thinking.

    For Whom The Bell Tolls

  • I hate these pistol brandishers, Berrendo was thinking.

    For Whom The Bell Tolls

  • The two cleverest brandishers of this objection to make truth concrete, Professors Rickert and

    Meaning of Truth

  • While today's Tea Party Tories focus their selective outrage at President Obama after saying nothing for a long eight years against the policies of his predecessor, and while the Republican Party becomes more beholden to its "bigots, birthers and Bible-brandishers" wing, some political criticism from the left is refreshing and illuminating.

    OnlineAthens: Top Headlines

  • While today's Tea Party Tories focus their selective outrage at President Obama after saying nothing for a long eight years against the policies of his predecessor, and while the Republican Party becomes more beholden to its "bigots, birthers and Bible-brandishers" wing, some political criticism from the left is refreshing and illuminating.

    OnlineAthens: Top Headlines

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