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  • n. Plural form of ender.


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  • In this view the war against Saddam's "bitter enders" is still going on, and the new Iraqi forces are developing as fast or as slowly as anyone could expect.

    Why Iraq Has No Army

  • Jeff Drouin-Deslauriers, the biggest surprise of the top-enders, is as big as an octopus and takes up virtually the entire net with his 6-4 frame. - 2002 draft preview: Top goaltenders

  • The last ploy remaining to the culture war’s dead enders is a desperate lurch at victimhood.

    Stop Making Martyrs

  • I believe she's going to going to a program we call work enders, which is different.

    CNN Transcript Jan 10, 2010

  • I must say they were the "tag enders" of a fighting line rather than the line itself.

    In Flanders Fields and Other Poems

  • Then there were the hardcore stores where you just stared open-mouthed at the giant black double-enders or the massive whips and things that you only see in your sexy sexy nightmares.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • England's tail-enders provided an entertaining morning's play before Ponting and Katich turned the screw for Australia.

    Australia v England - live! | Rob Smyth

  • * And Palin's response to shooting was an unqualified disaster: CNN finds her unfavorably rating is now at an all time high of 56 percent, and only 38 percent -- the Palin dead-enders -- give her the thumbs-up.

    The Morning Plum

  • No wonder the Republican party has become a bunch of dead enders.

    The Bravery | ATTACKERMAN

  • Intermittent rain and the highest Aussie stand of the series - from tail-enders!

    Cryptic crossword No 25,213


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