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  • n. Plural form of exponent.


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  • Kosmicki asks him to explain exponents again, which he does.

    What Makes a Great Teacher?

  • The invective and hypocrisy of eco exponents is a sure indication of delusion and hidden agendas.

    Cruel and Unusual

  • The attempt of the Communists to exterminate the Christian religion by persecuting and imprisoning its exponents is having just the opposite result.

    The Only Way to Save Civilization

  • We don't easily form emotional connections to statistics the way we do to individuals and the leading exponents, which is what Stalin understood, and the leading exponents of this dictum today are the tabloid press.

    The immorality of the anti-war lobby

  • We might call their exponents, with apologies to Isaiah Berlin, the hedgehogs and the foxes of emotion theory.


  • Of course, the people of New Orleans, never known as exponents of temperance, didn’t want Bill Bradley.


  • With the two "exponents" blessed by a whole assortment of filial permutations and combinations in power - granddad as chief minister, uncle as deputy chief minister, father of one a Union minister, aunt a member of Parliament - the audience and an array of DMK ministers had little option but to grin and bear it.

    The Telegraph - Calcutta (Kolkata) - Frontpage

  • Ability to apply advanced mathematical concepts such as exponents, logarithms, quadratic equations, and permutations. Today in Finance

  • Perhaps they’re what the Greeks call exponents of anarchy?

    The First Man in Rome

  • One of the fieriest exponents of creation science who preached at my grade school said the Army tested his IQ at 135.

    The Fundamentalist Stereotype: A Vindication, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty


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