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appropriator

uh proh pree ay ter

  • n  someone who takes for his or her own use (especially without permission)

  • Though under scrutiny for his close ties to lobbyists at the center of a corruption investigation, Pennsylvania Representative John Murtha, a Defense appropriator, pushed to add $9 .
  • He wrote the character of Sammy Glick, his novel's screenwriter antihero, as such a crass schemer, appropriator of other men's work and trampler of decency that no one could .
  • What's more, Pelosi has tapped Wisconsin's David Obey, a 37-year veteran of the House who is the top Democratic appropriator, with drafting the actual earmark reforms, a troubling .
Quotes

  • Ed Pastor in AZ Central.com
    Whatever my constituents ask for, I try to meet their needs. When you're an appropriator, obviously, you are able to do things, so I try to help as much as I can,Pastor said in an interview with The Arizona Republic. "The situation is...
  • David Obey in American Chronicle
    And then Obey begins his first question with the key phrase: "As an Appropriator:." "As an Appropriator I must ask, what will that policy cost and how will we pay for it? We are now in the middle of a fundamental debate over reforming our...
  • John McCain in SunHerald.com
    Asked by moderator Tim Russert what Cochran was basing his statements on, McCain said, "I really don't know. Do I feel strongly about issues? And we all know, as much as I love Thad Cochran, he's an appropriator. And I have fought him hard time...

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