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  • n. Plural form of eviscerator.

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  • They are also both equal opportunity eviscerators: men and women, Democrats and Republicans, all varieties have experienced Noonan and Dowd knife jobs.

    "Barack Obama even needs a teleprompter to get mad."

  • But about 30 years ago, the poultry industry convinced the Usda to reclassify faeces so that it could continue to use these automatic eviscerators.

    economic news and analysis | guardian.co.uk

  • They're the media paragons of free enterprise, the eviscerators of all thing lefty, all rank socialist nonsense --- until it comes time to lining their own pockets.

    Progressive Bloggers

  • Now, it’s possible that those eviscerators did indeed tell you “Humor has no place in the delivery room, so I hate your book,” in which case I stand corrected.

    Fans: What Do We Owe Them? « Whatever

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