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  • n. Plural form of idolizer.


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  • I would be perplexed by the Lincoln cult if I thought the prime Lincoln idolizers gave a damn about individual liberty.

    #200 for Abe the Warmonger « Blog

  • But as all you Obama idolizers say, "he is wise by taking his time", tell it to the Marines!!!

    Obama to unveil new Afghanistan strategy after Thanksgiving, source says

  • Lushbaugh-idolizers are spreading the rumor that middle-class will be hit and that is a lie.

    Are tax hikes back on the table?

  • To prevent that scenario, the media and their pollster puppets are doing everything they can to lure the Palin idolizers into contributing to McCain's twice-failed campaign, and they (the media) gets the lions 'share of that money.

    McCain Gets Convention Bounce In Latest Polls

  • Yes, idolizers would find it hard to accept the reality.

    The Early Word: McCain Chides Bush in New Orleans - The Caucus Blog -

  • It was good pacing to go from combo to big-band and back, but it also seemed emblematic of a schism that ran through the jazz world of the late 1930s: the split between young swing-music idolizers, hooked on the big bands 'riffs, and an earlier generation of traditionalists who felt "true jazz" was played only by small groups of collectively improvising players.

    When Carnegie Hall Swung

  • All the materialists rampant, all the idolizers of German science and efficiency.

    Book 1, Chapter 4. Narcissus Off Duty.

  • Of course the Bayreuth worshippers and idolizers of the Wagner family will have it that he, being one of the family, was inevitably a man of superlative gifts; but as I have already indicated, there is nothing to justify such an assumption.

    Richard Wagner

  • Who have received the law by the disposition -- "at the appointment" or "ordination," that is, by the ministry. of angels, and have not kept it -- This closing word is designed to shut up those idolizers of the law under the guilt of high disobedience to it, aggravated by the august manner in which they had received it.

    Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible

  • A young girl would indeed be an object of pity if, instead of finding a truly Christian tenderness in her parents, they would be her idolizers so far as to be blinded to her true interests.

    Serious Hours of a Young Lady


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