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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of peddle.


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  • The excuse now being peddled is that MPs do not want their addresses publishing for security reasons.

    Archive 2008-03-23

  • In other examples, the calls peddled disinformation -- whether about a candidate or the location of a polling place.


  • He also said that “the notion peddled by the Webb campaign that I am somehow embarrassed by my heritage is equally offensive, and also absurd.”

    VA:SEN: Allen Admits Jewish Mother

  • Isn't that the notion peddled about Indians, at least while there were enough of them around that a distinction mattered?

    Bush: Torturer, Tyrant, Disgrace

  • What is even more of an affront is the notion peddled by some big business stakeholders in the Fisheries Development Policy

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Finally, the notion peddled by liberals that conservatives oppose their policies simply because they don't "understand" them, and therefore fear them, is just stupid.

    The Shad Plank

  • The appeal automatically quashes the conviction and the notion peddled by the state media that Karenyi ceases to be a member of parliament.

    AllAfrica News: Latest

  • So, the notion peddled by rightwingers that Democrats SHARE RESPONSIBILITY because a MINORITY OF DEMOCRATS BELIEVED THE LIES ABOUT WMD, is patently RIDICULOUS.

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  • But Klein offers no evidence at Freeman personally "peddled" this book, as he states.

    Terry Krepel: WorldNetDaily Red-Baits Obama

  • Clay Shentrup hurls a lot of accusations here, but IRV is "peddled" by a whole lot of serious people and is widely used by serious people in real elections.

    Easter Lemming Liberal News


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