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Politicians have been frequent floggers of the bankers-as-villains, borrowers-as-victims stor y line.
House Afire Jr. Holman W. Jenkins 2010
Lt.Gen. GOULD: I think to be consistent with the floggers, we'll go with B. Yeah.
Then the weekend is all Crypticon junk; I'll be at the Apex Publications table about 1PM Saturday in the dealer's room, somewhere between the purple floggers, the certainly-not-bootleg DVDs, and the Freddy Krueger masks.
Nick Mamatas' Journal nihilistic_kid 2010
Gray also is one of the chief floggers of perhaps the most popular idea ever in the history of coupledom: Men are driven to fix problems, women to commiserate, to identify.
THE HUSBANDS AND WIVES CLUB LAURIE ABRAHAM 2010
Hanging from hooks and resting on shelves were a wide assortment of whips, floggers, riding crops, canes, and other pain-yielding devices.
Pure Paradise Allison Hobbs 2009
A Conservative Party that in its deepest heart is Authoritarian, seeking to prove to the hangers and floggers that are currently being attracted to the BNP, that it is tougher than the alternative.
The London Carnival of Nu Liberty Guthrum 2009
They won't quit until we stop rewarding them by posting to the blogs and generating all those hit counts, or until we stop watching the scandal floggers on cable Tv. I'm getting really, really fed up.
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Archive 2009-06-01 photographerno1 2009
John Unger turns trash into treasure, to create custom paddles and floggers from new retread tire rubber (that's new, but sold as scrap from the end of a tire roll).
In Pakistan, the floggers are members of the militant Taliban.