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  • noun Plural form of laborite.


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  • The laborites came to appreciate her progressive American sympathy for the underdog, endorsement of the trade union ideal, and suspicion of wealth as the marks of an ally.

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  • In many countries; laborites and conservatives are alike in Britain, the left and right are alike in Australia, somewhat alike; somewhat alike in Canada.

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  • The word spread fast among so-called "liberal" Catholics, Jews, Protestants, and laborites: it was "democratic" to join this black March.

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  • The American laborites don't have to send men to Congress as their

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  • She points out that mandatory retirement ages in Canadian, Australian, and Western European unions (an internal rule that would violate age discrimination statutes here) means that 60-something laborites there are forced to move on and find something else to do with their lives.

  • Proctor and Gamble owned the world's largest animal test laborites, and my uncle's dogs had died at the hands of scientists and the Draize Eye Test.

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  • ; Peru's new cop rules bar adulterers, pro-laborites and gays; Moscow denies a marriage license to Canada-bound lesbians, but same-gender nuptials near in New Hampshire; marriage rematch heads to New York's Senate; more news.

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  • (former house pets, all with tags and collars) died each year in the Proctor and Gamble laborites.

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