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  • Instead, he struck out west to have a look at a more ramshackle ediface built from corrugated metal and plywood.

    DBTL 72B: The Six Million Złoty Man, Act II

  • The republicans are a ramshackled shell, an ediface of its former self, that houses, or is possessed by an alien being, the Neocons.

    CT-SEN: Lamont To Get UAW Endorsement?

  • As the builder of any home would know an extension on an existing ediface would begin with the construction of a suitable frame.

    Complexity Slows Evolution

  • I'm wearing a hardhat to day so I don't get barried under the debris as the NDE ediface crumbles.

    Demarcation as Politics

  • The Maccabees were indeed religious fanatics who used force to turn back the Hellenistic tide that at the time threatened the entire ediface of Temple Judaism.

    Hitchens hates Hanukkah.

  • Could it be the Palacial Oaken ediface to the entrance of Bonkers Hall?


  • Both provisions are NP keystones in a carefully structured constitutional ediface resting on the two pillars of devolved powers to regions in a federalist system, and powersharing at central government.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The government there is barely functional, bombs still go off killing people on a daily basis, and the only real reason the whole ediface doesn't collapse like a house of cards is the continued presence of American troops.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • The Republicans are trying to build a political ediface that many in the movement want to burn down.


  • The impossible debt eventually caused Healy's retirement and death and could explain the restless nature of spirits haunting the large stone ediface.

    Examiner California Headlines


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  • Interesting Urban Dictionary definition.

    October 23, 2008