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centrist

sen‚ÄČtrist

  • n  a person who takes a position in the political center
  • s  supporting or pursuing a course of action that is neither liberal nor conservative

  • He hired centrist economist Jason Furman, known for defending the benefits of globalization and private Social Security accounts, to the displeasure of liberal economists.
  • Pavel Wolberg EPA Israel's leaders on Tuesday night concluded a political deal that will put the hawkish Likud leader Benjamin Netanyahu in power, with the centrist Labor Party .
  • Whats even worse than being a centrist,.
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  • Barack Obama in FOXNews
    Obama said he is "no doubt progressive," and that "the notion that somehow that's me trying to look like I'm more centered - more centrist - is just not true."
  • Joe Biden in International Herald Tribune
    Biden said Americans view a terrorist attack in Europe "as an attack on the United States. That is not hyperbole ...... So please understand that this is not a US-centrist view that only if America is attacked is there a terrorist threat."
  • Bill Ritter in Los Angeles Times
    Ken Salazar has been an extremely effective US senator for Colorado these past four years, particularly as a moderate and as a centrist,Ritter said. "But if a nomination to join the Obama administration comes to pass, Sen. Salazar would...

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