Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of fiefdom.

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Examples

  • The existing alphabet soup of agencies and separate local fiefdoms is a dysfunctional mess.

    Sound Politics: Million Dollar Bash

  • The irony is that you're more likely to get all of the megaprojects, and fewer improvements to the roadways in your neighborhood, if you take away some element of control for project spending via local 'fiefdoms' -- like the mayor and city council of your city, etc.

    Sound Politics: Million Dollar Bash

  • "fiefdoms" - is both unwieldy and expensive, they say.

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  • "Those are the very same powerful Pentagon 'fiefdoms' that created the problem in the first place," Grassley wrote, "and the very same ones that Eisenhower warned us about 50 years ago."

    Winslow T. Wheeler: Memo to Tea Party Senators

  • "Those are the very same powerful Pentagon 'fiefdoms' that created the problem in the first place," Grassley wrote, "and the very same ones that Eisenhower warned us about 50 years ago."

    Winslow T. Wheeler: Memo to Tea Party Senators

  • "Those are the very same powerful Pentagon 'fiefdoms' that created the problem in the first place," Grassley wrote, "and the very same ones that Eisenhower warned us about 50 years ago."

    Winslow T. Wheeler: Memo to Tea Party Senators

  • "Those are the very same powerful Pentagon 'fiefdoms' that created the problem in the first place," Grassley wrote, "and the very same ones that Eisenhower warned us about 50 years ago."

    Winslow T. Wheeler: Memo to Tea Party Senators

  • "Those are the very same powerful Pentagon 'fiefdoms' that created the problem in the first place," Grassley wrote, "and the very same ones that Eisenhower warned us about 50 years ago."

    Winslow T. Wheeler: Memo to Tea Party Senators

  • "Those are the very same powerful Pentagon 'fiefdoms' that created the problem in the first place," Grassley wrote, "and the very same ones that Eisenhower warned us about 50 years ago."

    Winslow T. Wheeler: Memo to Tea Party Senators

  • "Those are the very same powerful Pentagon 'fiefdoms' that created the problem in the first place," Grassley wrote, "and the very same ones that Eisenhower warned us about 50 years ago."

    Winslow T. Wheeler: Memo to Tea Party Senators

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