Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of changer.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Jesus expelled the money changers from the temple while saying:

    Anti-Finance Bias, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • The very Jesus who drove the money changers from the temple.

    The Rev. Chuck Currie:

  • The very Jesus who drove the money changers from the temple.

    Democracy in the Balance

  • The great betrayer and liar, Franklin D. Roosevelt, who promised to drive the money changers from the temple, had succeeded [only] in driving the farmers from their homesteads and the citizens from their homes in the cities ...

    December 2004

  • 'And don't you think this campaign ought to be about evicting the money-changers from the temple?

    Medpundit

  • Roosevelt's rhetoric during his inaugural address implicitly promised to "drive the money changers from the temple."

    December 2004

  • The very Jesus who drove the money changers from the temple.

    Democracy in the Balance

  • 'And don't you think this campaign ought to be about evicting the money-changers from the temple?

    Archive 2004-01-01

  • Above him was one showing Jesus driving the money changers from the Temple.

    We Have a Pope!

  • Above him was one showing Jesus driving the money changers from the Temple.

    We Have a Pope!

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