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- v. Present participle of pandar.
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You broke the freaking rules and you turn around to follow HRC pandaring.
Thank God, let's hope so because Clinton has worn the nation out with her lies, pandaring, schemes, victimization, you name it.
We will see if people will like the truth from Obama or pandaring from Hillary.
He had, during many years, earned his daily bread by pandaring to the vicious taste of the pit, and by grossly flattering rich and noble patrons.