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- v. Present participle of elasticize.
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The 'War on Terror' is now expanded to the 'War on Radical Extremists', as President George Bush applies ever elasticizing standards of 'enemyism' to a rapidly expanding list of potential military targets.
The Colonel understood the expediency of elasticizing the codes of American law, but I question whether Nicholas Linnear would be able to do the same.
Twice, producers emphasize guest verses instead of Gucci's-which is fine, Gucci isn't the center of the universe, but elasticizing his appeal is ostensibly the idea behind this entire release.
Washington Post just gave former auto czar Steve Rattner elasticizing the facts, "even though the government's own inspector general for the TARP bailout program confirmed what Senator Grassley was saying.)