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- n. Obsolete form of agendum.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. See agendum.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as agendum .
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But I can't honestly say that the Lib Dems have had much of substance to offer on British foreign policy recently other than on cases which actually shade into civil liberties (where the coalition agend is much more robust, and Labour particularly awful), so perhaps it's only to be expected.
They are interested in only their own agend whether it is good for America or not ..
He is dishonest, he fixed his election. he did nothing but lie and hides behind smokescreens to gedt his agend accross.
You run some Liberal Lite because you have to concede huge chunks of their agend to be more like them and to be like them?
Obama needs to do like LBJ said ... push through the most aggressive policy agend in his first year because in 2010 a new Congress will be elected and it is unlikely that we will retain a majority.
Yeah, when I first started breaking this down, on a whim I tried Googling Christopher Moore's agend and lo and behold.
Barack Obama is giving voice and space to an awakening beyond his wildest expectations, a social force that may lead him far beyond his modest policy agend.
No one is encouraged to see CANOA strictly for the violence, as anyone coming with that agend is going to be disappointed.
"After the services are over he would like to have a meeting with you, and he proposes the following agend -"
No matter what he does after the election remember that this man is a pathological liar, hasa tried everything to grabb more power for himself, has tried to stifle free speech at every turn and has ignnored our laws and constitution to get his radical agend shoved down our throats.