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  • noun Plural form of malfeasor.

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Examples

  • Now that the election is over, the Democrats who took office on a pledge to end the war and call the malfeasors to account have turned their backs on the voters who put them there.

    Malfeasance Digest

  • He says that he most certainly did not extend the terms of the "intelligence-led" pilot scheme which was designed to reduce waiting times at ports and airports, while increasing the number of malfeasors apprehended.

    Brodie Clark: no darling buddy of May

  • The smart malfeasors are into drugs and cyber-crime.

    Ed Miliband is more of a wuss than I thought

  • Because the Hall of Fame seems to mean something to a lot of people, perhaps the malfeasors should be required to fess up in order to even be considered.

    Is Today Mark McGwire’s Best Day in Years? - Freakonomics Blog - NYTimes.com

  • Although not everybody agreed on the strength of the case against Bush and Cheney for their part in 9/11 -- whether as conspirators or merely malfeasors -- there didn't seem to be anyone present willing to buy the story put out by the government to explain what happened that day.

    Impeachment Surges in Northeast

  • If there are malfeasors who are in breach of those, then we would take the appropriate steps under our own regulations, such as this Enhanced Proliferation Control Initiative, under which there are both, for example, criminal and civil penalties.

    Press Briefing By Mike Mccurry And Others

  • Why would the greatest speakers of truth to power of our generation, the teabaggers, not want to weigh in on the most powerful malfeasors of our era?

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  • Why would the greatest speakers of truth to power of our generation, the teabaggers, not want to weigh in on the most powerful malfeasors of our era?

    AlterNet.org Main RSS Feed

  • Why would the greatest speakers of truth to power of our generation, the teabaggers, not want to weigh in on the most powerful malfeasors of our era?

    AlterNet.org Main RSS Feed

  • Why would the greatest speakers of truth to power of our generation, the teabaggers, not want to weigh in on the most powerful malfeasors of our era?

    AlterNet.org Main RSS Feed

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