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  • n. Plural form of pitchfork.


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  • He told bank executives that only he stands between them and the "pitchforks" - after Soros-supported "protesters" showed up at executives 'homes days earlier.

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  • "I liked the comment, 'The only thing between you and the pitchforks is my administration.'"

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  • Besides the unjustified murder of the matte display, the other change that had users honing their pitchforks was the removal of the MacBook's FireWire port.


  • Bidens, two-teeth, or "pitchforks," as the boys call them, are welcomed by the eye when in late summer they make the swamps and wet, waste places yellow with their blossoms.

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  • And so they dug in to defend Wall Street against the popular anger that was sweeping the country - the "pitchforks" that Obama referred to in the March 27 meeting.

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  • HG: Once Americans realize nothing stands between DC and our "pitchforks"

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  • I guess Obama thinks he's protecting the Chrysler investors from the "pitchforks", too.

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  • That damnable "pitchforks" threat marked a new low in the American Presidency: However, I criticized the Banks for failure of testicles on that.

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  • "pitchforks" with claws 10 centimetres long and canine teeth of five centimetres. - Home Page

  • "pitchforks" comment that came out of Barack and The Bankers 'lunch date last Friday.



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