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  • Except the preamble, which will give people things to quabble about for the next 60 years

    I’ll tip my hat to the new constitution | Jewschool

  • As long as people remained content to quabble about the false-choi ­ce of "Republicr­at or Demoblican­," and to wash it down with a dose of bitter Tea, but when someone comes along and actually achieves political change through the applicatio ­n of common sense, and wants to engage the political system as it was architecte ­d in the 1780's to be, they become "afraid, very afraid."

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  • I'd rather have the peace of mind that the phone is secure than quabble about a few ounces.

    The Unofficial Apple Weblog (TUAW)

  • "And she's not getting paid $400 an hour to quibble and quabble with some-one," Maultsby said.

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  • Until that happens, the best any of you can hope for is to quabble among yourselves about ...

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  • A contentious, non-trivial issue. More serious than a quibble and likely to lead to a squabble.

    April 9, 2008