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  • n. Plural form of peruser.


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    Matthew Yglesias » Nelson, Collins Slash Education Funding in Stimulus While Touting Stimulus’ Boost to Education

  • Toys come in cardboard boxes with nice plastic window-fronts that let perusers see the contents laid out in a way that is aesthetically pleasing, if not actually practical.

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  • If you want to spiffy things up a bit and draw in a few more perusers, bring in a new team of screenwriters.

    On Coincidences and 'Plot Points:' How to Enter the Astonishing World of Synchronicities

  • Adam, like so many perusers of the daily news, had fallen victim to the dreaded and dubious studies that are widely disseminated by such organizations as CNN, MSNBC and Fox News.

    Rob Fishman: Study: This Post Will Make You Smarter

  • Actually, though, the fact that we once had a fairly serious political unit called the Anti-Masonic Party should tip off the most casual perusers of US History ... wait, why are you laughing?

    Dan Brown Update

  • For the information of interested perusers of this thread, Mr. Bin Laden made it quite clear, prior to the incidents of 9/11, why he hates the US.

    Matthew Yglesias » Rudy’s Appeal

  • If you can't get enough people to freak out about "The Joy of Gay Sex," try insinuating that their children will be raped by perusers of library porn.

    One thing ALA probably *isn't* guilty of.

  • A bill proposed in Ireland would keep public records public, while preventing perusers from parading around in public people's private particulars.

    'Don't Publicize Public Records!'

  • At first the rostra perusers presumed it was a new proscription list, so the professional bounty hunters clustered quickly, only to turn away with exclamations of disgust: it turned out to be a list of the men who were now members of the various priestly colleges, major and minor.

    Fortune's Favorites

  • All these penny-pinching perusers of the senatorial rolls we seem to have endured as censors for the last few years are hardly worth the cost of the paper they scribble out the census on!

    The First Man in Rome


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