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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of eviscerate.


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  • With that, Froomkin eviscerates the Bush arguments: But Bush's argument is deeply flawed.


  • Supreme's Court's 5-4 decision "eviscerates" the legal basis for the Illinois court's ruling and could breathe new life into his case.

    Altria Ruling Ignites Legal Moves

  • Lawyer says dismissal 'eviscerates' Constitution's rules for president Federal criminal complaint contends Obama ineligible


  • The state law cutting off workers 'comp benefits for disabled workers who qualify for Social Security "eviscerates" that deal, he said.

  • They argue that the law "eviscerates" the historic power of the states to establish criteria for marriage.

    SFGate: Top News Stories

  • Nearly every one of Soutine's paintings signals the end of the world; and he flays and eviscerates his subjects—as if unleashing the writhing bowels of hell.

    Constructivist Criticism Laid Bare

  • Marc Thiessen is a monster, and this post rightly eviscerates him.

    Matthew Yglesias » No One Expects The Spanish Inquisition

  • On account of a late night beta reading meeting (ha, say that a few times fast) with a dear friend who eviscerates my work on a regular basis -- and praise God for that -- I'm spending the day watching the second/final season of Rome.

    Drive by posting again

  • It eviscerates the ability to think clearly --- and realize that you are in danger.

    Israel's Public Sector, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • Joe Klein absolutely eviscerates Mitt Romney's latest effort to spin the individual mandate in Romneycare as a Tea Party Freedom Solution.

    The Morning Plum


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