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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of meddle.

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Examples

  • Nay, it "meddles" (if you call it so) with the very smallest thing a Christian can do.

    Tired Church Members

  • President Obama immediately "meddles" in the affairs of Honduras, denouncing a military coup, the intent of which is to preserve the country's constitution, but when it comes to Iran's fraudulent election and the violent repression of demonstrators who wanted their votes counted, the president initially vacillates and equivocates.

    LJWorld.com stories: News

  • Here's another at the NYPost: "Obama 'meddles' in Honduras, choose wrong side."

    Original Signal - Transmitting Buzz

  • This is made chillingly clear when a glance at the nearly 400,000 military files proves that the Iranian regime meddles extensively in Iraqi affairs to the point of controlling the government and using death squads to unleash a wave of terror and crimes throughout the country.

    Ali Safavi: WikiLeaks Disclosures and the Historic Opportunity on Iran

  • This is made chillingly clear when a glance at the nearly 400,000 military files proves that the Iranian regime meddles extensively in Iraqi affairs to the point of controlling the government and using death squads to unleash a wave of terror and crimes throughout the country.

    Ali Safavi: WikiLeaks Disclosures and the Historic Opportunity on Iran

  • Unless he assumes his handful of examples prove a much larger trend, he's in the position I first mentioned, where he has to explain why those specific meddles can be detected but no others.

    Behe, Common Descent, & UD

  • Take away exemption of all, any church, who meddles in politics.

    Bishop bars Patrick Kennedy from communion over abortion

  • This is made chillingly clear when a glance at the nearly 400,000 military files proves that the Iranian regime meddles extensively in Iraqi affairs to the point of controlling the government and using death squads to unleash a wave of terror and crimes throughout the country.

    Ali Safavi: WikiLeaks Disclosures and the Historic Opportunity on Iran

  • This is made chillingly clear when a glance at the nearly 400,000 military files proves that the Iranian regime meddles extensively in Iraqi affairs to the point of controlling the government and using death squads to unleash a wave of terror and crimes throughout the country.

    Ali Safavi: WikiLeaks Disclosures and the Historic Opportunity on Iran

  • This is made chillingly clear when a glance at the nearly 400,000 military files proves that the Iranian regime meddles extensively in Iraqi affairs to the point of controlling the government and using death squads to unleash a wave of terror and crimes throughout the country.

    Ali Safavi: WikiLeaks Disclosures and the Historic Opportunity on Iran

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