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  • noun Plural form of yodeler.


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    Matthew Yglesias » On My Teevee

  • My point: Two big airplanes hitting those towers most assuredly could bring them crashing to the ground with no need for nanothermite, corrosive blood from masses of xenomorphs, orbital ion cannons, or whatever other wizbang technology the military-industrial complex may have handed over to some pajama-wearing cave-yodelers.

    1000 Architects and Engineers

  • My home state of Oklahoma is famous for many things: tornadoes (gratuitous self-promoting tornado pic can be found here), Sooner football, quail hunting, Garth Brooks (if you're into chubby yodelers in big hats) and the self-aggrandizing stupidity of our lawmakers.

    On the Taxing of Guns

  • Oldham strums a guitar with the barest accompaniment and sings in a cracked voice that almost seems like a modern version of the country yodelers of yore; his songs are somber little folk hymns, with simple melodies and repeated phrases.

    Cheatin' Hearts, Flannel Shirts

  • In Switzerland, a man carries his horn to the yodeling festival, where more than 12,000 yodelers and horn players will compete.

    CNN Transcript Jun 27, 2008

  • (Soundbite of song) CHERRYHOLMES: (Singing) I went across to Switzerland where all the yodelers be to try to learn the yodel with a yodel-odel-ee.

    Cherryholmes: A Bluegrass Family Affair

  • Also, why is there a reference to yodelers, when there is no yodelling in the song?

    The Twelve days of DISCO redux - The Panda's Thumb

  • "Polacks dancin" polkas, Swiss yodelers-Jeez, they musta had ten million cuckoo clocks here!

    Drums of Autumn

  • Shirley was and still is one of the finest female vocalists and yodelers and probably the best harmony singer I've ever known.


  • "Helloes" like a group of Swiss yodelers, or to ask a lot of unnecessary questions.

    The Book of Business Etiquette


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