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- n. Plural form of leafleteer.
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Every year there is a report about so and so library/village hall/whatever that was ordered by the local council (probably short haired dangley earring wearing ladies and male beardy sandal wearing former SWP leafleteers) to take down a Christmas themed poster as the building is used by a FOR EXAMPLE ONLY a local muslim group.
The mass of the confused, with their distaste for the values of our times, applauds the activists, the leafleteers, the splendidly eccentric peace protester covered in badges whos lived for years opposite the House of Commons, and that converts an individual protest into something more potent.
If leafleteers block the flow of traffic, then they can be “moved along” maybe to a fixed location.
"Seems that a large amount of people are for Dimora's pick," said Cleveland Councilman Kevin Conwell, chair of Council's Public Safety Committee, who was schmoozing around inside the front doors, past all the leafleteers and last-minute smokers.
I haven’t been this outraged since my leafleteers, Christians for Muhammad, were banned from the local TJ Maxx.