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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.

    Henrietta Szold. 2009

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

    CNN Transcript Nov 3, 2009 2009

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

    The Autobiography of Malcolm X X, Malcolm, 1925-1965 1964

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

    The Armies of Labor A chronicle of the organized wage-earners Samuel Peter Orth 1897

  • 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. 2009

  • 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.

    Answerbag: Latest Questions in Question Categories 2009

  • ; 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.

    Radio Project Front Page Podcast 2009

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

    Answerbag: Latest Questions in Question Categories 2009


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