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  • noun Plural form of poisoner.

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Examples

  • It was the German, according to Hitler, that gave the world civilization and the arts; to safeguard the German people as a race (the "Volk"), they would need to be united under a single leader (the Führer), where they would be protected from their three principle enemies: Marxism, which included social democracy as well as communism; democracy and its mob-rule, as shown by the failings of the Weimar Republic; and above all what Hitler called the poisoners of humanity, the Jews.

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  • It was the German, according to Hitler, that gave the world civilization and the arts; to safeguard the German people as a race (the "Volk"), they would need to be united under a single leader (the Führer), where they would be protected from their three principle enemies: Marxism, which included social democracy as well as communism; democracy and its mob-rule, as shown by the failings of the Weimar Republic; and above all what Hitler called the poisoners of humanity, the Jews.

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  • It was the German, according to Hitler, that gave the world civilization and the arts; to safeguard the German people as a race (the "Volk"), they would need to be united under a single leader (the Führer), where they would be protected from their three principle enemies: Marxism, which included social democracy as well as communism; democracy and its mob-rule, as shown by the failings of the Weimar Republic; and above all what Hitler called the poisoners of humanity, the Jews.

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  • It can be said of the effect of this change from Kennedy's policy, that the effect of that on the U.S. economy, can be summed up: as with President Obama's own health-care policy, where the physician was needed at that time; Obama, has, like Adolf Hitler earlier, deployed the health-care measures of such as poisoners and grave-diggers, instead.

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  • (I read it mostly during lunch; clearly, I have a strong stomach and high gag threshold.) Poisons are nasty killers and poisoners are nastier than most.

    Kristine Kathryn Rusch » Recommended Reading List March 2010

  • (I read it mostly during lunch; clearly, I have a strong stomach and high gag threshold.) Poisons are nasty killers and poisoners are nastier than most.

    Kristine Kathryn Rusch » 2010 » April » 28

  • (I read it mostly during lunch; clearly, I have a strong stomach and high gag threshold.) Poisons are nasty killers and poisoners are nastier than most.

    Kristine Kathryn Rusch » 2010 » April

  • American fascism will not be really dangerous until there is a purposeful coalition among the cartelists, the deliberate poisoners of public information, and those who stand for the K.K.K. type of demagoguery.

    Think Progress » TurboTax drops Glenn Beck, whose show has gone without ads for more than a month in the UK.

  • (I read it mostly during lunch; clearly, I have a strong stomach and high gag threshold.) Poisons are nasty killers and poisoners are nastier than most.

    Kristine Kathryn Rusch » 2010 » April

  • The official church doctrine (Canon Episcopi) was that witches per se did not exist, save the classes that the Romans had called herb women (harmless) and veneficiae (poisoners, not harmless).

    April 9th, 2009

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