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  • n. Plural form of failer.

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Examples

  • Cobert is saying just before the video ends that, "shouldn't someone answer for all the Bush admintrations failers ... and shouldn't that someone be Barack Obama" ... meant for a laugh.

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  • All forms of testing and filtering are imperfect, but at least objectively scored tests place everyone on the same footing, and complaints from failers that the deck was stacked against them have less weight.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Epstein on Ricci:

  • I think both of you are being corrupted by us failers!

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  • If you think the banks being fairly soft with credit is a good thing - because it helps the stronger ideas and entrepreneurs with inferior covenants as well as some failers - and if you think old school bankruptcy arrangements were too harsh - then you might well support the changes.

    Guido Fawkes: Bankrupt Bloggery and Glib Fibs

  • Now, this group is really widely seen as Mr. Bush's last chance to find some sort of face-saving way to address the failers in Iraq.

    CNN Transcript Nov 13, 2006

  • You would think that Motorola would have learnt from recent iPhone killer failers – such as Palm Pre or the Blackberry Storm, that the best way to promote their new Droid Smartphone would be to showcase its cutting edge technology.

    Verizon Droid Is The Real Deal

  • Responding to this year's countrywide 55,25 percent matric pass rate, YCS Gauteng co-ordinator Chris Luthi told Sapa his organisation congratulated those who did well and urged failers to work harder.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • When will you fianna failers realize that we just dont buy your one dimensional view of Irish history and culture anymore?

    Politics.ie

  • The common denominator among the bar-failers in my class at Yale Law School-and there were

    Above the Law

  • The ECB, in turn, asserted that it will 'absolutely not' provide potential test-failers with capital.

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