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from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adverb obsolete No more.

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Examples

  • While the news from unnamed sources in the Obama transition team about the closing of Guantánamo is certainly welcome, what we need are specifics about the timeline for the shuttering of the military commissions and the release or charging of detainees who have been indefinitely held for years.

    All | ATTACKERMAN

  • Objectively speaking, Guantánamo is always sunny, the water is blue-green, the weather is perfect.

    A conversation with Mahvish Khan, author of My Guantanamo Diary: The Detainees and the Stories They Told Me

  • For "al Qaeda or other enemies of the United States" Guantánamo is a PR gold mine.

    Conscientious: Politics: May 2008 Archives

  • Viewed in that light, Guantánamo is an easy case given more than a century of exclusive U.S. jurisdiction and control.

    Balkinization

  • An intricately layered, blistering tale of subterfuge and deception at the highest, most hidden levels of the government, and in the most intimate, and vulnerable, moments of individual lives, The Prisoner of Guantánamo is as timely and razor sharp in its depiction of lifeand deathat Gitmo as it is unstoppably suspenseful.

    The Prisoner of Guantanamo: Summary and book reviews of The Prisoner of Guantanamo by Dan Fesperman.

  • The obsession with Guantànamo is paralleled by the fact that more reports were produced about Israel in the last 16 months than any other country or organization.

    Going after the real enemy

  • Guantánamo is absurd, since terrorists are not covered by those conventions.

    Sound Politics: A Trifle Overstated, Professor McKay

  • On the seventh anniversary of the arrival of the first detainees it turns out the single most important factor in determining who still remains at Guantánamo is nationality — whether we’re talking about the approximately 60 men who cannot be returned home and need other countries to take them in or about which countries have had the clout to get their people out.

    Why’d You Have To Go And Make Things So Complicated | ATTACKERMAN

  • To Señor C, Coetzee’s alter ego, just about the only ray of sunshine amid such predictable horrors as Bush, Cheney, and Guantánamo is the continuing presence of Bach’s music.

    Cover to Cover

  • To Señor C, Coetzee’s alter ego, just about the only ray of sunshine amid such predictable horrors as Bush, Cheney, and Guantánamo is the continuing presence of Bach’s music.

    Cover to Cover

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