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  • n. Plural form of squawker.


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  • The cost of a seven-day, unlimited-ride MetroCard just hit $29, and the online squawkers are predictably upset that the threatened fare hike has become a reality, calling it "abusive" and "ridiculous."

    Stretching $29 to Its Limits

  • The White House and Reid could easily have made it clear to obstreperous Democratic Senators that squawking to the Villagers would lose them perquisites of office and keep the squawkers out of the “charmed circle” (e.g., no Lieberman at events involving Israel).

    Matthew Yglesias » The Old Reagan Magic

  • Few of its activities play out on the front pages of newspapers or in the headlines blaring from squawkers on cable television.

    The Shadow Market

  • The other point I think the squawkers are confusedly flapping around without actually expressing is the difference between a company and a sole trader.

    This is how we know we’re right

  • Time, perhaps, just to do their jobs and ignore the squawkers.

    Morning Bits

  • On Fox News you see the veins popping out of the foreheads and necks of their squawkers.

    Yvonne R. Davis: So What If Obama Bowed? HALAS!

  • So in the long run the yolk will be on the shock squawkers over this one.

    Wingnuts Boasting By An Open Pyre

  • This speech was to swing voters and Republicans, and they were always with Barack more than the handful of mindless, Quisling squawkers among us.

    Full Text Of Obama's Big Race Speech: A Big Break With Political Precedent

  • That these very same squawkers repeatedly choose to ignore the facts that their much-vaunted science provides them in favor of politically-correct propaganda is telling.

    Archive 2009-03-29

  • And then, of course, the baby crow starts to squawk, which sets the parents squawking and then the neighbors squawking and then the squawks attract more squawkers.

    Crows aren’t stupid | clusterflock


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