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  • noun Plural form of spender.


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  • Therefore, the impact on consumer spending and employment is likely to be more severe as the charge would disproportionately burden the 'spenders' - low and average income groups.

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  • But the repubs of today are not fiscally conservative and are big spenders, which is one of the reasons the party is fractionalized right now.

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  • The media are now simply advertisers for the biggest political spenders, which is perhaps the reason why the campaign cycle is now virtually continuous.

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  • The driving force behind the rejection of the spenders has been the Tea Party Movement.


  • and "spenders" - between spending cuts and fiscal stimulus.

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  • and "spenders" - between spending cuts and fiscal stimulus.

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  • The "frills and furbelows" of the younger "spenders" irritated the group of nerves appropriated by his class-consciousness almost beyond endurance; but he managed to stand it by reminding himself that irritation of all such was

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  • And how many more 'spenders' are there among the 5 million or so currently underwater homeowners - many of whom may at some point decide to default on their mortgage, too, but dutifully continue spending at Best Buy and eating at the Cheesecake Factory?

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  • Broad-based wage growth led to increases in nominal cashflows by "spenders" that could only be tempered by creating unemployment or other conditions under which workers would accept wage concessions.


  • The day of the BIG government and BIG "spenders" is here.

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