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  • n. Plural form of thinktanker.

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Examples

  • And then there are the thinktankers and policy entrepreneurs who must scan the daily headlines for hobby horses.

    UK riots: political classes see what they want to see

  • Surely even rightwing thinktankers will admit that the brave world of the web is not always that brave

    Diary

  • Clergy, theologians, even thinktankers have been chosen as religious "representatives".

    Channel 4 rescues the God slot

  • I love the idea of decentralising the political industry where all the thinktankers and lobbists are employed in a wider base across the country.

    646 astronauts

  • As are most of the circle-jerking Canadian thinktankers she is most likely to be, at her very core, a neo-liberal rather than a true conservative.

    Dear Josef: Awkward much?

  • One only has top look at the amoral crowd currently infesting Whitehall as Spads, thinktankers etc to see this phenomenon already in action.

    More Students Want to Study Politics

  • Hold their noses the thinktankers might have to do at Bush's ignorance, but he is crucially important.

    Hullabaloo

  • The Indian told their US counterparts that this trip was part of an effort on the part of the Iranian government to encourage anti-American, pro-Muslim scholars and thinktankers in

    The Guardian World News

  • Barry: We're putting together a list of the 50 most influential liberal thinkers / intellectuals in America (academics, thinktankers, columnists, even politicians …) for a XXXXXX. com Opinion section slide show.

    The Big Picture

  • And many pundits, academics and thinktankers who live on state, corporation or media financial support fell in line.

    AlterNet.org Main RSS Feed

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