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Mostly because people like me & Phoebe don't want to be labled as "squealers" or "cowards".
We didn't consider it worth while to deliberately turn our stock over to "squealers," when they were taking so much pains to hunt us up, and especially when we stopped to realize that in dealing with a lightning-rod man it was simply a case of "diamond cut diamond."
All you '' targeted sanctions '' squealers '' hope you sleep well at night knowing that you have done a good days work by killing off yet another ordinary Zimbabwean while '' mugabe and the zanu pf mafia '' go where they want, do what they want, spend as much as they want on whatever they want ....
This is to be expected, but still sad when one of the squealers is Max Boot, whose work I admire.
'Stomp-' certainly is more apt: I can just picture mobsters stomping on some squealers head, somewhere miles away from anywhere
Influence peddling Peter Rozovsky 2010
The threat is here; it speaks American English; it's Caucasian and mostly pot-bellied male; it dresses in Nazi-style drag and says "Seig Heil" a lot; some of it infests talk radio and television; it's cheerleaders include Boortz, Glenn Beck, Limbaugh, Hannity, Savage, O'Reilly, and a whole sub-basement full of smelly, lesser right-wing cowards and squealers.
There will be a lot of voices raised from certain quarters of course – luvvies are very loud and self-righteous squealers.
The JFK campaign had it jumpers and squealers, but people didn't faint dead away at his rallies.
CALLS Mouth-operated rabbit squealers are a must, but don't rely on them alone.
One loose tongue — and goblins were squealers — and Queen Lethesanar might know we'd stayed Earthside.
Changeling Galenorn, Yasmine 2007