Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of launderer.

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Examples

  • For its part, the FATF could get serious about including piracy within its mission of highlighting how money launderers and terrorists raise and move funds.

    Today's Pirates Have Their Own Stock Exchange

  • According to Spoto, launderers and dry cleaners "were under strict instructions to return all clothing on the richly covered hangers Joan provided."

    Saving Crawford from 'Mommie Dearest,' and herself

  • Contrast their class warfare rhetoric with their paychecks, and it seems fair to conclude public union bosses treat dues-paying members less as clients than as convenient money-launderers.

    Government Unions vs. Ohioans: Fight!

  • Just as the government maintains lists of terrorists, narco-traffickers, weapons proliferators and money launderers, so too should it keep a list of pirates.

    Today's Pirates Have Their Own Stock Exchange

  • Just as the government maintains lists of terrorists, narco-traffickers, weapons proliferators and money launderers, so too should it keep a list of pirates.

    Today's Pirates Have Their Own Stock Exchange

  • Contrast their class warfare rhetoric with their paychecks, and it seems fair to conclude public union bosses treat dues-paying members less as clients than as convenient money-launderers.

    Government Unions vs. Ohioans: Fight!

  • Contrast their class warfare rhetoric with their paychecks, and it seems fair to conclude public union bosses treat dues-paying members less as clients than as convenient money-launderers.

    Government Unions vs. Ohioans: Fight!

  • You'd think it would be fine, with all the soap and hot water … but you have to factor in the low socio-economic level of the launderers, and the fact that with that lower socio-economic status comes poor hygiene habits.

    Anhedonia (excerpt)

  • Contrast their class warfare rhetoric with their paychecks, and it seems fair to conclude public union bosses treat dues-paying members less as clients than as convenient money-launderers.

    Government Unions vs. Ohioans: Fight!

  • For its part, the FATF could get serious about including piracy within its mission of highlighting how money launderers and terrorists raise and move funds.

    Today's Pirates Have Their Own Stock Exchange

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