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  • noun Plural form of insinuation.


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  • The Afrikaner think-tank, the Group of 63, on Sunday rejected what it called insinuations in newspapers that it had links with rightwing terror groups as "laughable, mean and slanderous".

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • How else can you explain insinuations that Obama is secretly a Muslim coming from the same general directions as complaints that he is prejudiced against Muslims (apparently one of his more recent pastors said something disparaging about Islam and Hannity and co. jumped on it)?

    Matthew Yglesias » The Conservative Terror Timeline

  • It is reasonable to think some violence may ensue as a result of the Palin insinuations, but the connection is not firm.

    What Sarah Palin Is Saying - Anil Dash

  • In response, the Kerry campaign called the insinuations, quote, "a partisan attempt to divert attention away from the 9/11 Commission report."

    CNN Transcript Jul 21, 2004

  • The South African Secret Service denies in the strongest possible terms the insinuations contained in the articles.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • "The government condemns in the strongest terms insinuations from the gullible and unpatriotic local press and South African media suggesting that Zambia is undertaking a unilateral iniative,"

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The White House called the insinuations that it breached national security "ludicrous," saying the information given to director Kathryn Bigelow and screenwriter Mark Boal amounted to the kind of details it shares daily from the White House Press Room podium.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • Defense attorney, Public Deputy Defender, William Quest, called the insinuations - which would buffer the prosecution attempts to add a Hate Crime's charge onto the already onerous Murder One charge - was labeled a "stunt" by Maeve Fox, the district attorny in the case as McInerney was in the middle of writing a paper on Adolph Hitler.

    MOC Blog

  • Yes he does, one that we can look at, and see what kind of insinuations he was making.

    Matthew Yglesias » Heilemann & Halperin’s Race Stuff

  • Those kind of insinuations are not the aim of this piece, nor are they my opinions in any way.

    Jason Pinter: Why Men Don't Read: How Publishing is Alienating Half the Population


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