Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of nationalizer.

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Examples

  • Meanwhile, Team Obama is periodically tempted by the pro-nationalizers 'claim that giving the big banks time to heal can only stifle recovery by retarding their return to lending.

    Who Owns the Banks, Round Two?

  • Conservatives had suddenly become nationalizers — a realistic recognition that life is rather more complicated than it sometimes seems on the presidential campaign trail.

    The Editor’s Desk

  • Hugo Chavez in Venezuela and Evo Morales in Bolivia are the most prominent recent nationalizers.

    Ahead of the Curve

  • Hugo Chavez in Venezuela and Evo Morales in Bolivia are the most prominent recent nationalizers.

    Ahead of the Curve

  • Egypt and India, and shamelessly defended the Bolsheviki, those pro-German conspirators and nationalizers of women.

    100\%: the Story of a Patriot

  • It clamored for democracy for Ireland and Egypt and India, and shamelessly defended the Bolsheviki, those pro-German conspirators and nationalizers of women.

    100% : The Story of a Patriot

  • Quebec is blamed for being the great obstacle to the realization of the dreams of our nationalizers.

    Catholic Problems in Western Canada

  • Those who pull out as deregulators and privatizers return with torn trouser legs as nationalizers.

    Chicago Indymedia

  • In this scenario the bank nationalizers are similar to cap-and-trade critics who push for a carbon tax, or direct emissions limits set by the EPA.

    Salon

  • Those who pull out as deregulators and privatizers return with torn trouser legs as nationalizers.

    Indybay newswire

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