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- n. Plural form of vociferator.
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To the _zaplachki_,  or laments, which are uttered on such occasions -- frequently by hired wailers, who closely resemble the Corsican "vociferators," the modern Greek "myrologists" -- allusions are sometimes made in the Skazkas.
He has suffered once, for being in advance of his time in favor of abolition, and he does not intend that it shall be forgotten, or his claim passed over, to any crumb which may now be thrown to the vociferators in the cause.
Now that government is in the hands of the vociferators rather than the meditaters, even politicians must look to their costumes, merely out of regard to cleanliness.