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  • n. Plural form of scribbler.


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  • Or one those academic scribblers from a few years back, more like.

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  • What all do you think, all you crossword scribblers out there?

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  • "Medical Dictionary," who has spoken of my Essay in phrases to which the pamphlets of American "scribblers" are seldom used from European authorities; to Ramsbotham, whose compendious eulogy is all that self-love could ask; to the "Fifth Annual Report" of the

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  • The Soviet news agency TASS routinely dismissed us all as "scribblers" who wrote only what the U.S. government told us.


  • Dictionary, "who has spoken of my Essay in phrases to which the pamphlets of American" scribblers "are seldom used from European authorities; to

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  • We are starting the festival with the breakfast with a view to starting a Teneriffe Writers Group so that like-minded scribblers can support each other.

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  • That's certainly the growing consensus among the economic forecasting fraternity, and notwithstanding the tendency of the City scribblers and their academic cousins to get it wrong, the outlook for Europe is bleak.

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  • All those fantasic writers were once unpublished, unrecognised scribblers, too.

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  • Darren Gygi Nearly three years after the financial crisis peaked with the collapse of Lehman Brothers in September 2008, plenty of scribblers continue to try and explain just what happened and why.

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  • In other words, they are one group of scribblers among others, trying to forecast the future and its risks like hundreds of other people, naturally making many mistakes, like everybody else.

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