from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun A politician.
from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A politician; hence, one whose conduct is guided by considerations of policy rather than principle.
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- noun colloquial, often derogatory A
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- noun a person active in party politics
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The point is, the politico is almost surely intentionally lowballing the number.
I think it's more like the politico is traumatized that they are getting a response from the voters, and a big response as it is.
America 'traumatized' by health-care debate, key Democrat says
The Middle Eastern region itself is, by general consent, a vital one in politico-strategic terms by its position astride three continents, its control of narrow seas, and the great trunk routes used by peoples and armies throughout history (routes and sea-lanes which, incidentally link the Eastern and Western members of our own Commonwealth of Nations) and its ports and pipelines and air-fields.
The only coincidence is the word "politico" - again, a term found in the dictionary.
There are a lot of definitions that fit, but here’s one that seems to work well: A politico is a participant in and/or an especially avid devotee of the theater of politics.
Quoting politico is like using rasmussen’s surveys, both admit to leaning right.
Being replaced by a politico was a personal humiliation, as was learning about it from a newspaper.
Especially if the politico is a man; especially if the issue is sex; especially if, as Abbott freely acknowledges, he has not always lived up to his own standard; and most especially if he happens, like Abbott, to be a practising Catholic.
Islam must be identified as a politico-religious movement intent on conquering Western institutions and installing itself as a theocratic Caliphate. attacks on freedom of speech, insistence on special treatment, attempts to establish Sharia courts, etc. - must come up against stone walls of opposition.
He's not my kind of politico, but Norman Tebbit comes across pretty well as the FT's latest lunch date.
John Terry’s sacking as England captain tells us something interesting...
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