Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of plumber.

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Examples

  • Before the internet, companies would sometimes call themselves AAA Plumbers (you can substitute the word plumbers for any other profession or product), to appear first in the Yellow Pages.

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  • “You know how when you call plumbers to fix a leak, they make you sit around waiting all day for them to show up?”

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  • “You know how when you call plumbers to fix a leak, they make you sit around waiting all day for them to show up?”

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  • By contrast, the supply of skilled workers, say, plumbers, is much more limited, and so one pays significantly more for such services.

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  • The new races are the Dranei -- which sounds like Greek for "plumbers" -- and the Blood Elves, which sound like the coolest thing ever if you're 14.

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  • Hunt, with G. Gordon Liddy and others, was one of the White House's "plumbers" - a secret team of operatives charged with fixing "leaks."

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  • Nixon's paranoid politics, his enemies list, his covert army of "plumbers" - and his downfall - are well-known to most Americans.

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  • Nixon's paranoid politics, his enemies list, his covert army of "plumbers" - and his downfall - are well-known to most Americans.

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  • Nixon's paranoid politics, his enemies list, his covert army of "plumbers" - and his downfall - are well-known to most Americans.

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  • A lawyer would be proud to be tagged with something like I call my plumbers, it’s actually a factual and accurate description.

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