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  • n. Plural form of bullier.


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  • The bridge had been steadily weakened by the accumulated strain of thousands of laden gold traders - or "bulliers", as they were known* - crossing the bridge at precisely 8: 46 every morning.

    Word Magazine - Comments

  • I want to express thanks to Cindy McCain for this brave and much appreciated message to bulliers everywhere and for her support of the gay men and women serving this nation and risking their lives in military engagements thousands of miles from home.

    Steve Clemons: On Gay Bullying and DADT: Cindy McCain vs. John McCain

  • The prosecutor must rethink and review the facts and hopefully charge the adults in-charge and any of the parents of the bulliers who knew this was going on . . . give them all a polygraph test.

    Father says daughter bullied at South Hadley H.S.

  • The bulliers only get more bold because they get away with it.

    LIVE Blog: Chat with us during the show

  • The energy of the occupation, spread through social media, goes to wake up voters to elect better leaders, and to also bully the bulliers for once.

    The Guardian World News

  • After awhile, I started proclaiming myself the bully of bulliers.

    The Clog

  • "All those bulliers changed their tune because they're still in their own hometown," he smiled.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • School bullying ... bs, what we are lacking are the students w / enough kahunas to stand up to these bulliers, power n numbers, people! Headlines

  • The Democrats are the kids that beat up the bully but are now bullying the former bulliers. what's new online!


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