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  • n. Plural form of denizen.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of denizen.


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  • All this blather about “lockboxes” and fully solvent until 2036 or whatever that we keep hearing from certain denizens of this blog appears to be totally false.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Slippery Slopes

  • Seattle's long-suffering disaffected majority of sane denizens is becoming increasingly mobilized around the pressing need for more police and better crime protection, as you will see below the fold in an excellent column that appeared in today's Seattle Post-Intelligencer.

    Sound Politics: Pressure Building For More Seattle Cops

  • Our laughter echoed back from the barns and the spruce grove, as if elfin denizens of upper air were sharing in our mirth.

    The Story Girl

  • It seems certain denizens have decided that this site no longer deals with speculative history, military strategies, and “what-if’s” in general.

    Cheeseburger Gothic » A Sweet Jane alt-hist challenge!

  • Generally, I find myself quaralling with certain denizens of left blogostan who don’t get that Christian Fundamentalism as we know it today is as much a product of the (so-called) Enlightenment as our secular mindset.

    Matthew Yglesias » Ignorance is Bliss

  • The anti-Clinton nonsense spewed by Freepers (that is, the denizens of Free Republic) is materially identical to the anti-Clinton nonsense spewed by Obama supporters here.

    Election Central | Talking Points Memo | Video: Obama Pushes Back Aggressively Against Bill Clinton

  • What's even better is: we that is, the denizens of Camp B, the parents will employ precisely this strategy with our offspring in a soon-enough time when we try to help them avoid our mistakes: no you cannot ride your bike without a helmet / drink unsupervised and underaged / camp with your 'special friend' overnight / whatever.

    Our Motherhood, Our Selves

  • If this case for DRM is so cut and dried, then why do many of the independent artists and labels denizens of the "Long Tail" as it were exhort Steve Jobs and Apple to remove DRM from their music when it is sold on iTunes?

    Steve Jobs speaks out about Apple DRM

  • It's interesting: writers organizations like to call the denizens of alt. binaries.e-books (who scan, OCR and post entire novels to Usenet) "pirates," despite the fact that these pirates are engaged in a totally noncommercial activity, yet writers side with their publishers in attempting to sue the pants off of a bunch of Usenet geeks.

    Boing Boing: June 24, 2001 - June 30, 2001 Archives

  • Much of the contention came from the southern and eastern ends of the park, the more affluent areas, while the majority of northern residents around the park, namely denizens of Harlem, were in favor of the project.

    Stories from The Sun


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