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  • n. Plural form of flouter.

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Examples

  • As the public opinion is most watchful of the cringing canvass, the flouters are the most numerous party. "

    Memoir of the Life of John Quincy Adams.

  • Get that – the man Obama wants to be a top law officer has equated the US with North Korea and Iraq as flouters of international law, and sees no problem in sharia being used to settle American law suits.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • If such conspicuous flouters of the law in an egregious torture context are not brought to trial, does that mean that we can expect more of the same in Afghanistan and other places on the globe where American interests are said to be jeopardized in the eyes and minds of ruling powers?

    No Prosecution for "Waterboarding" Legally and Morally Reprehensible

  • Some of Chicagos 50 aldermen have earned reputations as tough dealmakers, powerbrokers, arm twisters, clout flouters or just enforcers of Mayor Richard M. Daleys firm rule.

    The Foie Gras Wars

  • The trisectors, the circle-squarers, and the cube-doublers, had seen their long-flouted theories proved to demonstration by one of the most learned and responsible men of science in the world, and one of their most sarcastic and hitherto successful flouters had been compelled to confess that he could find no flaw in the calculations of this mathematical Daniel so unexpectedly come to judgment.

    The Mummy and Miss Nitocris A Phantasy of the Fourth Dimension

  • This is sufficient reply to the unbelieving flouters at the moral law.

    The Destiny of the Soul A Critical History of the Doctrine of a Future Life

  • Currently, only a fraction of flouters are punished, that too via short-term transfers.

    rediff.com

  • The disciplinary rules need to be renewed to ensure that flouters are duly penalised.

    rediff.com

  • This is why people pay council tax, so people like me can make the business of everyday living a nightmare for flouters of the law, and the taxpayer alike.

    TheSpoof.com : Spoof News : Front Page

  • Any brave EULA-flouters want to give this thing a go?

    Gizmodo

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