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- noun One who
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The mere fact that something is like something else is no guaranteer of humor
The mere fact that something is like something else is no guaranteer of humor, something which the makers of dismal parody movies could stand to learn.
I can only guaranteer three more places with the already offered I received but without payments!
An independent-minded judge, Chaudhry, who is regarded with respect by large portion of the public because of his refusal to take dictates from military dictator Musharraf, has turned into a symbol of justice, supremacy of law, protector of human rights, and eventually a guaranteer of democracy in Pakistan.
The only guaranteer of middle class social wages are democratic unions, but who must realize they are all connnected, nationally, internationally, to global class forces, and thus must react in the same way internationally, for global democratic rights, economic rights, and social middle class wages as a basic human right.
Without the guaranteer bidding on the item himself it's out of his control ... though if he sets the bar low enough the guarantee is certain to be fulfilled. 4 Fetch (s) (Oct 19 2008 01: 48 GMT)