Sorry, no definitions found. Check out and contribute to the discussion of this word!
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Noting the endimic institutional racism and anti-family farmer bias within the USDA, more than one author has called the USDA the "Last Plantation."
Josh mentions Jefferson and his alleged 90 Gs as if the actions of this one individual, one man out of 200+ dems in the house and senate somehow compares to the endimic corruption of the rethugs in the house senate the white house and most if not all of the executive agencies.
That is why you are not welcomed here what is an american? are americans endimic to the united states?
The fraud was endimic to the instituions and liberal Congressmen like Barney Frank prevented the necessary reform to stop the crimes.
That mind-set of not faltering just because there’s no one to issue orders, but recognize the situation and DEAL with it NOW, is the psychology addressed and tuned in the “Army of one” brochures, and I guarantee it’s not just endimic to the Army.
It seems to me the 'retirement squeeze "is part of it, but only a part, only a symptom of an underlying disease that is endimic in Western culture (if you can call it" culture ").
The case here was endimic at the place throughout the 90s, at least, as were other outrages and abuses (I know about this … managers who couldn’t care less let underage stockers tool around in forklifts that they have no training, and one I know of even tipped the forklift over going around a corner too fast).