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  • n. Plural form of likely.

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Examples

  • I think this Sunday, with Obama Surrogates being flayed on Meet the Press and Fox News Sunday, will be remembered as the day the "likelies" turned against Obama.

    John Kerry does a terrible job of representing Barack Obama on "Meet the Press."

  • "Schools that were once 'likelies' for certain students — Northwestern, Vanderbilt, Colgate — are now reaches."

    The Big Picture

  • A Reuters/Ipsos poll put the generic ballot among likelies at 48 percent Republican, 44 percent Democratic and the Associated Press had it 50 percent Republican, 43 percent Democratic.

    How big could the GOP House wave be?

  • Walter Shapiro in Salon. com has a summary of the Democratic likelies -- Sen. Evan Bayh (D-IN) and Hillary Clinton -- and their attempt to present a tougher and more coherent approach to defense. [...]

    February 2006

  • "Does you know who's jess erbout ther fines 'and likelies' man whut lives in all these yer pahts erroun 'yer?"

    The Girl at the Halfway House A Story of the Plains

  • Would sure like to know what the likelies were for Gallup.

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  • Last time Gallup adjusted for likelies the registered spread was also 4 points ...

    Ace of Spades HQ

  • "In the meantime, " Thaddeus said, "I'll get together the files from Scott's previous busts so we can start cross-referencing them with likelies who might have just gotten out of prison.

    The Quickie

  • Three likelies are Bob Corker, Judd Gregg, and Thad Cochran.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • -- which also has Obama up two among registered voters and four among likelies -- finds Obama with a 14-point edge on the economy.

    First Read

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