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  • v  overeat or eat immodestly; make a pig of oneself

  • Nor would turn-of-the-century newsmen have any trouble recognizing many contemporary composing rooms with their mastodonic Linotype machines (first used in 1886) that engorge hot .
  • He lacks Scofield's ability to make a syllable wince or engorge a phrase with acrid humor.
  • Presumably the monster would constantly engorge raw data on the economy at the local level, process it in Moscow, and electronically burp prices and other economic orders back .
News & Articles

  • The "Rich And Powerful" Flock To Davos: Now... And Then
    With the 1% of the 1% due to engorge Davos with their high-thinking centrally-planned solutions to the world's oh-so-foreseeable problems, the FT takes a look back at a "world above it all" from 1914 . Then too, Margaret McMillan notes, they would have been puzzling over how to cope with their fast-changing, troubled world. They would have worried – as they do today – about the future; concerned ...
    Jan. 21, 2014 - Zero Hedge

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