from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Plural form of edder.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See eddoes.
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But small-town op-edders are already salivating around the country to have the finished bill in front of them, so they can look at the trade-offs and decide for themselves, and they can intelligently discuss it, and they can beat these baggers back to weak tea.
Woe unto him (and a special, dismissive woe unto old-fashioned critics and op-edders) who attempts to make too much or too little out of the cultural juggernaut it has become.
OP, where did you find the coupon ... upfront, register, tub, faucet? edders said: I "THINK" the codes are area phone codes as my area code is 419
Be especially wary of Excel files which may contain malicious content. edders, add "Select Markets" to the end of the title
Not to be outdone by rival condescending op-edders, she breaks out the big guns today with a column that begins, "I grew up in the nation's capital, but I've never seen blacks and whites here intermingling as they have this week."
Nothing is funnier than watching an entire industry of pundits, writers, op-edders, think tankers, cable news invitees, foreign policy "experts" and bloggers pretend to know what the fuck they're talking about.