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  • n. Plural form of deviant.

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Examples

  • Are Jews -- everywhere a minority, everywhere "deviants" -- really going to be safer in a collectivist world, where the government has maximum power, or an individualist world, where every person has constitutional rights to be eccentric, dissident or even "deviant".

    More gay repudiation of the Alberta government's anti-Christian bigotry - Ezra Levant

  • The reason why we are seeing so many sexual deviants is due to the loosening morals thanks to the homo crusaders.

    Think Progress » VIDEO: Inhofe ‘Very Proud’ There’s Never Been a Homosexual Relationship in the ‘Recorded History of Our Family’

  • On one level, I am glad that theyhave doneso, because the core of the story involves the genetic "deviants" who carry the potential for disease, and how this affects human emotion and entire lives.

    Film

  • In 2000, Schlessinger drew protests from a coalition of gay organizations after deeming gays "deviants" and "biological errors."

    'Dr. Laura' to end radio show over racial controversy

  • Is this the same Lord Ahmed, a convicted drunk driver, who on 23 February 2005, hosted a book launch in the House of Lords for the notorious anti-semite Israel Shamir - a man who apparently believes that ritual murders of Christians are carried out by a group of Jewish "deviants"?

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • I hope for your childrens' sakes that none of them were born'deviants'.

    The Mega Collector's Reluctant Dragon

  • You have to admit that the Lebanese government is capable of battling terrorists in the North and "deviants" in the film industry.

    Sunday, June 03, 2007

  • The fact that Oregon is just now apologizing for sterilizing a large group of "deviants," including about 100 teenage girls blows my mind.

    shaken & stirred

  • The story of how these "deviants" were saved from oblivion and how, in turn, their music transformed the musical soul of revolutionary Cuba itself, is tied to the story of a short-lived rock fusion group, "Experimental Sound Collective of ICAIC" ICAIC is Cuba's Film Institute, better known in Spanish as GESI.

    NPR Topics: News

  • The story of how these "deviants" were saved from oblivion and how, in turn, their music transformed the musical soul of revolutionary Cuba itself, is tied to the story of a short-lived rock fusion group, "Experimental Sound Collective of ICAIC" ICAIC is Cuba's Film

    NPR Topics: News

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