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  • n. Plural form of easer.


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  • When two people meet, as they come to know each other as neighbors or colleagues, one of the great easers, one of the great ways of making a simple small human connection is: shared laughter.

    Open Mic Night at MSNBC

  • But they were obliged to content themselves with the thin alleviation of soup-kitchens, charity wood-yards, and other easers of hard times, and with threats of sabotage or other violence.

    White Shadows in the South Seas

  • Indeed, it seems almost ironic that the Bank of Japan, historically prolific quantitative easers, was conspicuously absent when the most recent round of global "quantitative easing contagion" infected central banks around the world.

  • That's because, as of today, the quantitative easers have the US Federal Reserve on their team.


  • And then, with that independence, …. they were the biggest quantitative easers in the recent unpleasantness.

    Center for American Progress Action Fund


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