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  • n. Plural form of throwaway.


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  • Yanqí struggle to pass on her oldest bills to the urchin throwaways who clung to each combi, leaving seats for paying riders, boys in sandals and rags whose smell was beyond belief, boys who leered at her –


  • The sticking points in the proposal are nothing more than "throwaways" - terms purposely put there only to create a little unrest and be caved on later - terms designed specifically to make those on the far side of the negotiating table think they won something.

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  • I knew it was because I treated these so-called throwaways as important, respected children whom I treasured.

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  • Some people even call them "throwaways" — and for good reason.

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  • I think in part it is because, until the graphical MMOG era, graphical games were "throwaways".

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  • Veterans are "throwaways" used for purposes that are rarely clear to most of us.

  • "throwaways" of non-peer reviewed publications and semi-marketing materials are commonplace in medicine.

  • Don't give up on people that sometimes choose a different path of life, as they call them 'throwaways', '"Davis said.

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  • According to a senior military officer the low-end and high-end options were both seen by the Pentagon as “throwaways,” since not much could be done in Afghanistan with just a cadre of new trainers, while the 80,000 number was recognized to be a political impossibility.

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  • You clearly like a good argument (nothing wrong with that), but your first posts were nothing more than snarky throwaways.

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