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  • n. Plural form of fulfiller.


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  • I've prepared my whole life for this moment and have suffered enough variations on this theme of supremacy to see through the myriad cover-ups, excuses, "plausible deniablities," self-exonerations, and the presumed entitlement by Whites to treat Blacks as inferiors and/or fulfillers of their fantasies and followers of their dictates.

    Ronald B. Robinson: Murdoch and Fox Portray Black Men as Terrorists on 24

  • Auda, we say honour our sons and daughters, the heirs of our accumulated worth, fulfillers of our broken wisdom.

    Seven Pillars of Wisdom

  • We have been born again; He has recreated us to be the containers of His presence and the fulfillers of His purpose.

    The God of Yes

  • They are personalities with impressive responsibility, fulfillers of duty, outstanding workers.


  • Soviet Moscow, feel and consider ourselves followers and fulfillers of the program proclaimed seventy-two years ago.

    The Red Conspiracy

  • Involuntarily one remembers the terrible word of God to the neglectful fulfillers of His works: "Cursed be he that doeth the work of the Lord deceitfully!"

    My Life in Christ, or Moments of Spiritual Serenity and Contemplation, of Reverent Feeling, of Earnest Self-Amendment, and of Peace in God

  • Indeed, it's a slippery slope from the belief that homeowners are truer stakeholders and fulfillers of the American dream to the notion that homeowners are more legitimate Americans.

    DMI Blog

  • "...the creation of an English historical mythology in service and interest of the Norman conquerers who were not rooted in the indigenous traditions - it was necessary to establish a concept of history that made the Norman rulers the fulfillers of British history, and at the same times served as a concept of national identification by setting up an oppostion to the kingdom of France and the French epics."

    Roman water infrastructure in post-Roman Britain. Part 2: Post-Roman survival

  • We are conscious of our duty as fulfillers - at the same time we are faced with the unavoidable task of critical communication within a world which is empty and is not less full of injustices, punishments and sufferings because it is empty - and we feel also the responsibility for reawakening the old dreams which sleep in statues of stone in the ruined ancient monuments, in the wide-stretching silence in planetary plains, in dense primeval forests, in rivers which roar like thunder.

    Pablo Neruda - Nobel Lecture

  • -- KODAK NEXPRESS Press Fulfiller Connection: Kodak now has connection to fulfillers around the globe who have KODAK NEXPRESS Digital Production Presses by way of Kodak's Photo Website Hosting and Desktop Premium Product software. News Articles


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