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  • n. Plural form of vaguery.


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  • Progressaurus Rex says: one jew is one of those trolls that is fascinated by itself. never actually states any facts that are supported by evidence, just talks in vagueries that make it feel better. jew and tripey should start their own cult. they’re perfect candidates for sheep-like behavior.

    Think Progress » Hagel: The Iraq War Is ‘An Absolute Replay Of Vietnam’

  • He might be amazed to learn that a word like "vagueries" don't really exist.

  • The vagueries around Zack Fair were part of VII's mystique -- we had only a brief look at him.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • The very idea that someone has had a child, but can't bring themselves to * raise* that child perfectly for every second of that child's life is implying a kind of laziness, a lack of love or care, and unless you know the vagueries that surround every second of the things that parent has given up, and the things that parent is trying to do, then your criticism is just disgusting.

    hiding the baker's chocolate

  • Another is that financially this is an absolute crap time to move, because we're waiting for me to get paid (have I written a post about the vagueries of finances as a writer? should I do that?), but of course if we wait very long somebody else is going to snatch it up.

    a real post

  • Kjelgaard doesn't try to hide this with vagueries or euphemisms.

    FIRE-HUNTER by Jim Kjelgaard

  • The White House is now working to adjudicate the dispute, but to some degree, the turf battle is the result of vagueries in the 2004 law that created the director of national intelligence.

    There’s A War Going Down Between My Brothers Tonight | ATTACKERMAN

  • Thereare her studied vagueries in a CBS Sixty Minutes interview when she was asked about Obama's religion and refused to state unequivocally what she knows for sure.

    Hillary Takes Three Out of Four, McCain Comes to End of Primary Trail

  • Always a dance of desire and its limitations, the abstract and its vagueries.

    The cooked and the raw

  • I've rewritten this a couple of times now due to the vagueries of blogger and the desire to get it right.

    Archive 2008-01-01


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