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  • noun Alternative form of spinmeister.

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Examples

  • Yes, it's all perfect fodder for a spinmaster, which is precisely what the BCS has hired the political flack (marketing consultant) to do.

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  • Jebatmustlive yakin Khairy dan spinmaster akan manipulasi media perdana untuk menggambarkan dirinya lebih hebat, sebagaimana yang sedang dilakukan.

    Another Brick in the Wall

  • Older voters can think for themselves and can see a spinmaster for what he is not what he wants them to think he is.

    Obama: I have a problem courting seniors

  • That shows she is a good spinmaster and good actor.

    After big win, Clinton vows to push forward

  • I read Campbell spinmaster was 'working' at the BBC.

    FALLING STANDARDS?

  • No word whether Lu Parker was allowed to join the Mayor in his annual binge, errr, get together with the "Water Miner of Cadiz Valley", maybe spinmaster Matt can enlighten us with the details.

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • The low-budget film has been winning rave reviews from critics since its mid-April release, which happened to coincide with the latest U.K. political scandal: a spinmaster close to Prime Minister Gordon Brown was plotting a highly personal and very nasty smear campaign against leading Conservative rivals and their families.

    London’s Lords of Spin

  • But in the meantime, for a seasoned spinmaster such as Mandelson, it must be hell.

    Mandelson struggles to pull the media strings

  • It all rather reminds me of another confused article by Mandy from a few months ago, which I cited at the time as an example of how even this seasoned spinmaster couldn't sell Brown's dying premiership.

    When Mandelson can't launch a convincing counterattack, you know things are bad for Labour

  • Gen. Dick Stilwell, who would prove to be the slickest spinmaster in Saigon and a man who worked diligently to suppress negative field reporting, was the prime briefer.

    At War With The Press

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