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  • n. Plural form of puppet.


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  • After seeing the puppets is all laughs, she seems hypnotised!!

    The Sound Of Crazy | Her Bad Mother

  • Now, arguably, his marriage to a modern woman and his visits to modern prostitutes are supposed to represent Kaname's interest in the modern West, whereas his interest in his father-in-law's geisha and in puppets is supposed to represent an attachment to Japanese tradition and an ultimate rejection of modernity, but that really didn't come through for me as I read the book.

    Archive 2010-05-01

  • Looks like I'll have to back Barr instead of the corporate clown/puppets from the two party system.

    Paul: 'People will have a chance' with Barr

  • The pure obsession displayed by some of our more notorious commenters and puppets is indeed fairly amazing.

    Biology Enters 'The Matrix'

  • First job of the Democratic puppets is to keep the Republican puppets from being lynched – since the Plutocrats will want to bring the Republican puppets back in in about two or four years once the Democratic puppets lose credibility.

    Matthew Yglesias » The Power of Leadership

  • Believing that sitting your infant in front of a looping video of synthesized classical music and puppets is teaching and nurturing your child is the problem, I believe.


  • The sequence where they become music box puppets is excellent.

    The great debate

  • A prince of puppets is not a prince, but a puppet; a superfluous duke is no dux; a titular count does not count.

    Julia Ward Howe, 1819-1910

  • One Flockton during the last half of the eighteenth century was the prince of puppet showmen, and he called his puppets the Italian Fantocinni.

    Vanishing England

  • Despite the show's strong ratings, 'Dunham' was universally panned, with some calling his puppets "racist caricatures."

    Inside TV Blog


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