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  • n. Plural form of dummy.


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  • Hi, i started fishing years ago with my grandfather, and he taught me quite a bit, but one day at a local bookstore i noticed numerous books on fishing. the k.i.s.s. series has a very informative book on different species and what to use for specific fish, also fishing for dummies is full of useful info.

    Off Topic: Wanting to Learn how to Fish

  • Republican policies are for well off individuals like myself so please vote for McCain dummies, and we'll continue to take your money and leave you poor.

    After six months, can Democratic race be over?

  • To get the water necessary to keep the flume in operation the partners -- again by means of "dummies" -- filed on the water rights of certain streams.

    The Killer

  • I switched on BBC's News 24 last night and from 9. 45pm for about 10 minutes, Gada Kharmi the well-known Hamas supporter, was talking over the live pictures, 'explaining' why these murders took place, without ANY interruption from the 2 dummies aka presenters.

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

  • U willz nebbur unnerstand. an nebbur fine out sum ub us wuttchu call dummies are brillyunt, habbin fun Wuttchu care for?

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  • To this point, all safety regulations have been met using 55th percentile male dummies, which is OK if you are 6 feet tall like me.

    CNN Transcript May 13, 2004

  • Give no artificial teats or pacifiers (also called dummies or soothers) to breastfeeding infants.

    Chapter 8

  • No, it's everyone else - the idiots, morons and "dummies" - who is out to get them.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • Education in the schools for cadets, regularity in service, obligation to keep the companies full instead of pocketing a portion of the pay in the name of imaginary soldiers who appeared only on the registers, and who were called dummies (_passe-volants_), the necessity of wearing uniform, introduced into the army customs to which the French nobility, as undisciplined as they were brave, had hitherto been utter strangers.

    A Popular History of France from the Earliest Times, Volume 5

  • Clarification 4 the dummies aka the media, January is a long time friend of mine

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