Definitions

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  • noun The act of engaging in politics, or in political campaigning
  • verb Present participle of politick.

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Examples

  • James Bow has a series of memes during this election in an endeavor to show us that beyond the politicking is an inherent human commonality among all of us in what we share from either musical tastes, or cinematic delights, or books we enjoy.

    Political Meme: Comfort Movies « Unambiguously Ambidextrous

  • James Bow has a series of memes during this election in an endeavor to show us that beyond the politicking is an inherent human commonality among all of us in what we share from either musical tastes, or cinematic delights, or books we enjoy.

    2008 September 28 « Unambiguously Ambidextrous

  • James Bow has a series of memes during this election in an endeavor to show us that beyond the politicking is an inherent human commonality among all of us in what we share from either musical tastes, or cinematic delights, or books we enjoy.

    2008 September « Unambiguously Ambidextrous

  • In August, Washington Post columnist E.J. Dionne observed that Obama seemed to shy away from politicking and said, "In a democracy, separating governing from 'politicking' is impossible."

    Bob Burnett: After the Disaster: Four Lessons for Democrats

  • In August, Washington Post columnist E.J. Dionne observed that Obama seemed to shy away from politicking and said, "In a democracy, separating governing from 'politicking' is impossible."

    Bob Burnett: After the Disaster: Four Lessons for Democrats

  • In August, Washington Post columnist E.J. Dionne observed that Obama seemed to shy away from politicking and said, "In a democracy, separating governing from 'politicking' is impossible."

    Bob Burnett: After the Disaster: Four Lessons for Democrats

  • In August, Washington Post columnist E.J. Dionne observed that Obama seemed to shy away from politicking and said, "In a democracy, separating governing from 'politicking' is impossible."

    Bob Burnett: After the Disaster: Four Lessons for Democrats

  • The 2,000 pages or so of the Dodd-Frank financial reform act were the result of all-too familiar lobbying, pork-barreling and short-term politicking, fudging key reforms and pushing many decisions off to regulators; the only winners will be the lawyers who have to figure out what it all means.

    How Britain Can Lead the World

  • Behind all this lies twenty years of reactionary politicking from the right, stoking distrust in government -- which can be a healthy thing, of course, but not when it is carried to the point of a blanket rejection of social coherence.

    Deepak Chopra: Glenn Beck and the faithful are attacking faith

  • Because, see, “conservatives” like federalism, and “conservatives” dislike drug use, so Scalia and Thomas were really both just politicking from the bench.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Justice Thomas and Judge Reinhardt

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