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  • n. Plural form of staller.

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Examples

  • Mr Opik said, At this stage it seems to be the stallers are winning the day ...

    Archive 2008-01-01

  • Mr Opik said, At this stage it seems to be the stallers are winning the day...

    The Archbishop Speaks

  • The UN, he says, is for wimps, a place of stallers and cowards.

    War in Error: 1956 and 2003 - ?

  • I worry that if the smog results in a temporary cooling or plateau that the deniers and stallers will use to justify no action on AGW.

    RealClimate

  • One could thus divide pausers into stallers and hedgers, bearing in mind that the uses of speech are myriad, and other categories undoubtedly exist.

    VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol XX No 2

  • This is incredible how you people think this ain't happening common sense your sense is worth a peanut an it's fucking stallers like you who would let the states fall on the hands of these people.

    DaddyBlogger.com

  • We'll wait until our experiences are at the right point … "You see, there's no such thing as denial when it comes to the generational business model - just flirtatious little stallers.

    Blogposts | guardian.co.uk

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