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- n. Alternative spelling of harbourer.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who, or that which, harbors.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who harbors, entertains, or shelters.
- n. One whose duty it was to trace a hart or hind to its covert.
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On 9/11 we had been attacked, essentially, from Afghanistan, harborer of terrorists.
Next up is the big Louisiana Senate showdown on Saturday between last-minute GOP insurgent Chet Traylor and incumbent prostitute enthusiast/criminal harborer David Vitter.
But many of these activists - despite having been hard at work painting the Democratic Party as a harborer of "abortionists" and Barack Obama as a supporter of "infanticide" - seem to be giving the John McCain campaign and the GOP a free pass.
Immediately after 9/11, we could conceivably have surrendered to either Saudi Arabia – source of most of the suicide hijackers – or Afghanistan – harborer of mastermind Osama bin Laden.
When I hear people say that today, I know they are keeping score of wrongs, and collecting bitterness; bitterness that will harm the harborer, as well.
He does say, as have many, that Saddam was a supporter and harborer of terrorism and terrorist groups, but this is a known fact.
And aside from the fact that Bush never connected Saddam to 9/11 then, nor does he now, the fact of the matter is, Saddam was a harborer and supporter of terroists.
No WMDs, the Iraqis did not attack us on 9/11, Iraq was not a harborer of terrorists, and no one knows WHO we are fighting in Iraq from day to day.
GILLERMAN: It obviously concerns us, because Syria is a perpetrator and harborer and financer and initiator of terror.
We're making tremendous progress removing that particular harborer of terrorists.