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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of gerrymander.

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Examples

  • There was a minute where he looked like a decent guy, but he recovered fast and is now set in gerrymandered concrete for as long as he wants the gig.

    Brian Baird led junket to South Pole on taxpayers' dime (Jack Bog's Blog)

  • Texas students shut down highway and march 7 miles to vote in gerrymandered district danah sez, "This is a video of students marching seven miles in Texas to cast their votes on the first day of early voting."

    Boing Boing

  • However, in gerrymandered legislative districts and in other uncompetitive states, my point still stands.

    Waldo Jaquith - VA Republicans planning a convention.

  • (Soundbite of movie, "Gerrymandering") Unidentified Man #6 (Actor): (as character) Willie Brown recalls a gerrymandered district that was once proposed to help him win.

    Movie Fact Often More Engaging Than Fiction

  • (Soundbite of movie, "Gerrymandering") Unidentified Man #6 (Actor): (as character) Willie Brown recalls a gerrymandered district that was once proposed to help him win.

    Movie Fact Often More Engaging Than Fiction

  • Baker and Hamilton "gerrymandered" the experts only "to ratify predetermined recommendations," he wrote.

    Archive 2006-11-01

  • In an effort not to have a repeat of the awkwardness caused by director Michael Moore when he accepted the awrd for outstanding documentary in 2003 for "Bowling for Columbine," in recent years the Academy has "gerrymandered" eligibility rules in the documentary category, critics say.

    Parody: Penguin Protests Bush "Invasion of Privacy" at Oscars

  • Baker and Hamilton "gerrymandered" the experts only "to ratify predetermined recommendations," he wrote.

    The "centrist" position on the war in Iraq

  • So the black politician is not actually representing a black district, merely one that has been "gerrymandered".

    Archive 2005-09-01

  • So the black politician is not actually representing a black district, merely one that has been "gerrymandered".

    Segregation of bias

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