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- noun A scapegoating
- noun An event at a fraternal organization, derived from scapegoating
- verb Present participle of
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A burlesque "goating," a ball game, an aeroplane flight, a dance by the german club, a second ball game, a german by the Eli Bananas, a third ball game, a german by the Tilkas, a track meet, a german by Beta
Obama supporters, stop letting the angry Hillary supporters (and Republican imposters) keep goating you into responding.
Polls: Obama up by 4 2008
May 29th, 2008 12: 48 pm ET senator obama, looks like a picture of help. looking foward to seeing him in the white house. as for the trip to iraq, that mccain goating him into this trip.
I humbly suggest the prejudices mostly come from centuries-old myths and scape-goating.
Pigott's widow Susan is now suing the NYPD and Kelly, claiming that he, his spokesman Paul Browne and other unnamed top commanders caused her husband's suicide by scape-goating him for Morales 'death.
In an interview with Ajong Mbapndah L, for PAV, Dr Akec dwells on the complexities of the indictment, a deeper understanding of the conflict in Darfur, scape-goating International NGOs, past and ongoing efforts to resolve the conflict and more.
Getting rid of Cox seems more like scape-goating, than any kind of real solution.
This seems much more like political scape-goating than any serious attempt to solve the problem.
And they had learned a deep passion about the risks of xenophobia, the 'scape-goating' and, one of them in particular said, that it had changed the whole sense of what he wanted to do with his, with his career.
It's another thing entirely, to insult our intelligence, day after day, week after week with whining, complaining, finger pointing, scape-goating, and fear mongering, on a level that would make Richard Nixon, blush.