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


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  • All the other candidates '"negs" still have plenty of the room to "grow", and the only place they could go is up.

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  • A very good thing is that Hillary's "negs" do not have any place to go and are already known, so therefore, those who support her do it in spite of them.

    Polls Contradict Rudy's Blue-State Claim

  • Forget the 'negs' from those quarters that have the most to lose from the rise and rise of News

  • Forget the 'negs' from those quarters that have the most to lose from the rise and rise of News

  • Thanks Punx ... after numerous 'negs' given to my comments over the months you've been a member ... you are finally revealing yourself ...

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  • I see your 'negs' as an 'imprimatur' ... if someone who is so desperately supportive of the Moral Vacancy of the Modern Republican Movement gives me negs

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  • And, despite the squeals of protest from the lefties (sure to follow this comment here on Propeller), I will consider all "negs" and subsequent disparaging comments posted after this comment as evidences of an "on target" hit in this matter!

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  • Twenty-five of those negs are being resurrected as fine-art prints by the museum and VandM, an online shop of rare and vintage goods.

    New in Design

  • May 1st, 2008 11: 05 am ET to rif, I noticed that they also go through the comments and post a lot of pros anout obama and negs about clinton.

    Clinton up with new ad starring Easley

  • This is the second negative I've gotten in as many weeks, and the FIRST TWO negs I've suffered in 10 years on the auction site.

    Archive 2010-05-01


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