denier denier


  1. (n) a unit of measurement for the fineness of silk or nylon or rayon
  2. (n) any of various former European coins of different denominations
  3. (n) one who denies


  1. And on March 30, Nitschke joined historian and Holocaust denier David Irving as one of the very few speakers to have their invitation to debate before the Oxford Union revoked.
  2. In the past eight years, Iranians have elected both a Kant-quoting liberalizer, and a conservative firebrand Holocaust-denier.
  3. The Pope's attempt to reconcile with a breakaway movement blew up with a Holocaust denier controversy; now the same group is once again preparing to ignore his authority.



  1. "The idea of Ahmadinejad as an honored guest anywhere in our city is offensive to all New Yorkers," council speaker Christine Quinn wrote. "Ahmadinejad is a Holocaust denier, here for one reason - to spread his hate-mongering vitriol on the...
    on Sep 20, 2007 By: Christine Quinn Source: Guardian Unlimited

  2. She stated that: "On June 10, 2009, Stephen Tyrone Johns was shot to death by a white supremacist and Holocaust Denier. It is tragic when anyone loses their life, especially at the hands of hate. It is hard to believe that the actions of one person...
    on Jun 14, 2010 By: Martin Luther King Source: Before It's News

  3. "I think this is somebody who is the president of a country that is probably the greatest state sponsor of terrorism, someone who is a Holocaust denier, someone who has talked about wiping other countries off the map," Rice told an interview...
    on Sep 24, 2007 By: Condoleezza Rice Source: AFP

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