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  • noun Plural form of enricher.


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  • In Holland, violent crime statistics among the 13 to 24 age group is 32 times higher among Morocccan "enrichers" than the indigenous population.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • Sir Richard Leese,some leftwing anti BNP multicult standard bearer,in Manchester City Council get punched in the face whilst being car-jacked by a couple of enrichers!

    Derek Hatton scouse twat.

  • After an arduous battle with themselves, through the practical interpretation of that saying, they became the most fortunate enrichers and increasers of the treasure they had inherited and the firstlings and models for all future national cultures.

    Archive 2007-06-01

  • How many more of these enrichers does our society have accept before we say no more.

    The Curse of Heroin in Scotland

  • There are also gluten additives/bread enrichers available at many stores, something you would add a teaspoon or tablespoon of to a dough for each cup of flour and might compensate for some of the lost gluten in whole wheat flour, allowing you to use a higher percentage of it.

    really simple homemade pizza | smitten kitchen

  • Ferdinand, I wonder how winds will affect these CO2 enrichers of trees?

    Spot the Hockey Stick #8: The Freeserve Brighton Website « Climate Audit

  • Watch out for job enrichers, they'll try to suck you in

    Give the Boss His Due

  • The hierarchical ranking of speech, with the classical languages of Western Europe at the summit of human culture, was giving way to the relativism of scientific dialectology: philologists testified that rural and other nonstandard dialects were both legitimate objects of research and valuable enrichers of standard speech.

    Mark Twain's Languages

  • Disdain whatever Cornbury disdains: they are not only as Lamb wrote of the Plays of Shakespeare ‘enrichers of the fancy, strengtheners of virtue, a withdrawing from all selfish and mercenary thoughts, a lesson of all sweet and honourable thoughts and actions, to teach you courtesy, benignity, generosity, humanity’; but they raise your gorge to defend you from swallowing the fifth-rate, the sham, the fraudulent.

    XII. On the Use of Masterpieces

  • But a more important comparison may be made of the strength, the fortitude, the patience, the bravery of those, the enrichers of the country, with the meanness in mind and courage of those who are opposed to them.

    Thomas Davis, Selections from his Prose and Poetry


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