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  • n. Plural form of exploiter.

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Examples

  • This has been pointed out many times now, but to review: on the one hand, the basic plot of the indige­nous resisting the colo­nialist para­mil­i­tary forces of the white envi­ron­mental exploiters is obvi­ously benign, if alittle pat.

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  • A tool of major mineral exploiters is not the friend of the hunter-conservationist.

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  • Pawlenty, Minnesota's former governor, calls "exploiters"-cosseted, overpaid bureaucrats whose gold-plated pension and health plans are busting state budgets.

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  • In MMOGs when someone tries a drop kick, they are called exploiters and banned.

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  • The other class, who might be called the exploiters, was formed by the sponges, who were sober, serious people by comparison, with a purpose in life and no time for fooling.

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  • Africa did not need the so-called exploiters of labour was dangerous, Mr Fourie said to

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  • It has its roots in our history and the exploiters are our own kith and kin.

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  • The exploiters were the factory owners, the latifundists, the owners of immense extensions of land.

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  • This democracy of the exploiters is the democracy of which the imperialists speak.

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  • The policy of the exploiters was a policy of always dividing the workers and confusing them and breaking them up into thousand small groups with the promise of small gains.

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