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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of hornswoggle.
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Among many, many other hornswoggles is tax relief for nascar track owners, ceiling-fan importers, archery-equipment purveyors, and fishing-tackle-box manufacturers.
Carney relied on Dow for what he called “communications hornswoggles,” for sending the Japanese false signals.
"I think the passage of Citizens ... constitutes one of the biggest hornswoggles of the taxpayers of Louisiana in my lifetime," Kennedy said, adding that neighboring states rely on a system similar to what existed in Louisiana before 2003.
Parker), he hornswoggles the town's small business owners (Will Heim, Brendan Sliger, and