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clique, coterie, ingroup, inner circle, camp, pack - an exclusive circle of people with a common purpose shutting down the Internet to prevent the circulation of information and images about the suppression of protests."I don't want to go on too much longer, because it might cause me to laugh, and then, you know, heaven knows what we'd hear about for the next week."--Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, in a speech to the American Federation of Teachers American Federation of Teachers (AFT), an affiliate of the AFL-CIO. It was formed (1916) out of the belief that the organizing of teachers should follow the model of a labor union, rather than that of a professional association. , mocking the media coverage of her "cackle". "No person that I've ever known at 20 years old was responsible enough to be a police officer."--Steve Bock Noun 1. bock - a very strong lager traditionally brewed in the fall and aged through the winter for consumption in the spring
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tr.v. im·pli·cat·ed, im·pli·cat·ing, im·pli·cates
1. To involve or connect intimately or incriminatingly: evidence that implicates others in the plot.
2. Madeleine McCann's parents in her disappearance. "I was never an older-man dater kind of girl before."--Jeri Thompson, 41, on being 24 years younger than her husband, Republican presidential candidate Fred Thompson. Quotes In the news
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