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  • n. Plural form of embracer.

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Examples

  • We didn't have to be the revolutionaries; we just had to be the embracers.

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  • I think Obama would be one of those Gates-Broad embracers, someone who could be sold a bill of goods by using the KIPP chain gang model of "work hard, be nice" or get out of my school.

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  • My recommendation is the same as the other “embracers” — learn to love that thing that makes us special.

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  • It was about the goodly hour of noon, and the persons assembled were six in number, all members of the most violent party, and generally considered by friend and foe as embracers of republican tenets.

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  • But will the moscato embracers who are new to wine stick with it the way so many white-zin lovers have, or will they "move on"?

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  • Because of the reproach which the Christian religion lay under in the world, as an enemy to public peace, order, and government, as a sect that turned the world upside down, and the embracers of it as enemies to Caesar, and the more because the leaders were Galileans -- an old slander.

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  • Dixon says UP and other early embracers of JIT II, such as less-than-truckload carrier Roadway Express, went out on a limb for bose for what was, at the time, an unproven business concept.

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  • Its creative director, Christopher Bailey, has been one of fashion's most ardent embracers of the internet's marketing potential: today's show will be the first to be streamed live in 3-D and yesterday Bailey spoke at a Downing Street conference about Burberry's digital creative policy.

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  • How could our elected leaders think they could easily and quickly turn people with generations of grievencences into happy, smiling embracers of democracy and justice? us into believing the unsavory Saddam had weapons of mass destruction, so perhaps they could work the same misdirections with the Iraqis and trick them into peace.

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  • People like that old woman in Little Rock, the Alabama mob that hounded Autherine Lucy, the embracers of Duke's demagoguery in Louisiana, never go away.

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