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  • n. Plural form of overlord.


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  • Does anyone know which of our construction company overlords is vacuuming us taxpayers 'wallets on this one?

    Jack Bog's Blog: July 2009 Archives

  • Your lack of trust in our new insect overlords is clearly a result of having read too much.

    Solving the Poverty Problem: Kill the Poor

  • Yo – looks like my Fat Penguin overlords have installed a "Digg This" link next to the comments.


  • Webb … Allen … all will fall before the dolphin overlords!

    Waldo Jaquith - Election forecasts?

  • He began stepping out on the label, rhyming on the side over beats produced by Kush, and basking in the freedom of expressing himself without the ever - 
 watching eye of label overlords who'd nitpick his words and take away their meaning. Philadelphia Weekly

  • It wasn't the commercial hit the band's major-label overlords anticipated, but it was an artistic triumph.

    Memphis Flyer

  • As soon as the Palestinians accept their Israeli overlords, that is peace.

    We Want Two States | ATTACKERMAN

  • Waldo Jaquith - I, for one, welcome our new dolphin overlords.

    Waldo Jaquith - I, for one, welcome our new dolphin overlords.

  • As such, he's a particularly extreme example of a different class of web entrepreneur, a class one might call the overlords of open source: leaders who leverage massive outpourings of unpaid labor to maximize the impact, not the profit, of the enterprise.

    Wired Top Stories

  • At that time each of the three armed forces was still run by a separate department and represented by a separate minister in the Cabinet, with the Minister of Defence as a co-ordinator; Churchill tried unsuccessfully to have other departments co-ordinated by such "overlords".

    Archive 2007-06-24


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