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  • noun Plural form of shatterer.


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  • They thought I meant to turn the wall-shatterers in.

    [erosion of freedom] going strong in canada

  • They thought I meant to turn the wall-shatterers in.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • And born she was when the most visible and influential of the taboo shatterers -- the hitherto respectable and mannerly BBC -- ran afoul of Mary Whitehouse, teacher, devout Christian and happily married mother of three.

    The Iron Matron

  • They bore a name destined to be of disastrous and yet also indirectly of most beneficent import in the history of the world; for these are the true shatterers of the Roman Empire.

    Theodoric the Goth Barbarian Champion of Civilisation

  • It's much like the seatbelt cutters and window shatterers that have been on the market for a while, but also comes with a safety whistle and LED light.



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