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  • n. One who shrugs.


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shrug +‎ -er


  • Critics and audiences were roundly unkind to RIGHT AT YOUR DOOR, with The Boston Globe's Ty Burr stamping it "a 96 minute whimper" (hey, I get it!) and Variety's Todd McCarthy (apparently leaning heavily on his computer's hyphen key) declaring the film "a wannabe heart-stopper (whose) ironic ending is a shoulder-shrugger."

    "I'm still alive!"

  • A good shrugger in Italy is admired, just as a good conversationist is in England, or a good stump orator in America.

    The Dodge Club or, Italy in MDCCCLIX

  • When pals, colleagues, relatives and complete strangers have money questions, Dayana Yochim often serves as phone-a-friend, referee, dispute settler, shoulder-shrugger and referrer to trusted professional money managers. Headlines

  • If not, it'll be yet another shoulder-shrugger of the band's late era.


  • Try telling Atlas shrugger Alan Greenspan that our government is entitled to have oversight of the bankers, brokerages, and insurance industries servicing our money and it won’t even register.

    Beat The Clock!


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