Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of chooser.

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Examples

  • Moreover, the modern-day name choosers, normally an Orwellian bunch as we have seen, have twisted the motto of the progressive Children's Defense Fund, "Leave No Child Behind," into "No Child Left Behind" thus violating one of Orwell's rules in his famous essay "Politics and the English Language": "Never use the passive where you can use the active."

    Joseph Romm: What's in a Name? If it's "No Child Left Behind," You Might be Surprised

  • But then again, beggars can’t be choosers, which is why I opposed the whole bailout in the first place.

    2008 December 23 « Unambiguously Ambidextrous

  • But then again, beggars can’t be choosers, which is why I opposed the whole bailout in the first place.

    This Just In: Opposition Never Happy. Never. « Unambiguously Ambidextrous

  • When these "choosers" get sick, one hopes they stick by their principles [sic] and "choose" not to have fellow taxpayers pay for their medical expenses (via public emergency room treatment, or other taxpayer funded government safety nets). by: you @ soon

    FLA Politics - Front Page

  • When these "choosers" get sick, I hope they "choose" to have someone other than their fellow taxpayers pay for their medical bills.

    Florida Politics

  • When these "choosers" get sick, one hopes they stick by their principles [sic] and "choose" not to have fellow taxpayers pay for their medical expenses (via public emergency room treatment, or other taxpayer funded government safety nets). by: you @ soon

    FLA Politics - Front Page

  • When these "choosers" get sick, I hope they "choose" to have someone other than their fellow taxpayers pay for their medical bills. by: you @ soon

    FLA Politics - Front Page

  • When these "choosers" get sick, one hopes they stick by their principles [sic] and "choose" not to have fellow taxpayers pay for their medical expenses (via public emergency room treatment, or other taxpayer funded government safety nets). by: you @ soon

    FLA Politics - Front Page

  • When these "choosers" get sick, one hopes they stick by their principles [sic] and "choose" not to have fellow taxpayers pay for their medical expenses (via public emergency room treatment, or other taxpayer funded government safety nets). by: you @ soon

    FLA Politics - Front Page

  • When these "choosers" get sick, one hopes they stick by their principles [sic] and "choose" not to have fellow taxpayers pay for their medical expenses (via public emergency room treatment, or other taxpayer funded government safety nets). by: you @ soon

    FLA Politics - Front Page

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