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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.

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  • Carney relied on Dow for what he called “communications hornswoggles,” for sending the Japanese false signals.

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  • "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.

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  • Parker), he hornswoggles the town's small business owners (Will Heim, Brendan Sliger, and

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