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  • n. Plural form of heaper.


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  • In the run-up to that constitutional referendum, some politicians of the opposition, especially the maverick pastors Théodore Ngoy and Gabriël Mokia, known nationwide as the country’s most prolific “injurologues” (French neologism for “heapers of insults”), who were campaigning against the new constitution, claimed that a comma in the first sentence of the first paragraph of its Article 40 was a clear opening to gay marriage — an abomination, according to them.

    The Holy Bible has eaten the soul of my nation from the inside and left it an empty and stinking shell


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