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  • v. Present participle of conspire.
  • n. conspiracy


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  • The Harvard Law School constitutional scholar Laurence Tribe pointed out this week that even Joe McCarthy did not go so far as this Congress and president did in conspiring to "try to undo the processes of a state court."

    March 2005

  • And now, the world in conspiring to make all of those scarce things not-so-scarce any more.

    June 2002

  • "In the UK, that is called conspiring to pervert the course of justice and it is a very serious matter."

    The Independent - Frontpage RSS Feed

  • In the UK that is called conspiring to pervert the cause of justice and it's a very serious matter and I think the Metropolitan Police now have to look at this as a matter of urgency. - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • Also note that I was not "conspiring" - that requires at least two people planning, and I would never do THAT on a public website!

    Why Not Assassinate?

  • Coercion is defined as conspiring, hiring, counseling, or threatening someone and causing them against their will to inflict bodily harm on themself or another. rss feed

  • Are forces hostile to certain strains in popular Jamaican musical expression conspiring to suppress what they deem a cultural contagion?

    Jammin Reggae Archives

  • Not much has changed in the intervening months -- Breitbart's recent release of an audio tape supposedly showing an Alaskan TV affiliate "conspiring" to disrupt Republican Senate Candidate Joe Miller's campaign is so questionable that even Breitbart's friends at FOX News are refusing to amplify his accusations the way they have in the past.

    Why ABC's Breitbart invite is a big deal

  • My guess is that someone's managed to hack the files - but has had fun editing some of the e-mails to make it appear on the surface that people like mann, briffa, and jones are "conspiring" to foist a "fraud" on mankind.

    Rabett Run

  • But Credit Suisse is crying foul over the CrossHarbor offer, claiming in court filings that CrossHarbor is "conspiring" with Ms. Blixseth to buy Yellowstone on the cheap.

    The Battle at Big Sky


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