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eksplaw i tuh tiv

  • s  tending to exploit or make use of

  • There was no shortage of exploitative 911 jingoism this year, but this militainment reality series was as over-the-top as the propaganda scenes from Starship Troopers.
  • Since the movie's opening on May 10, some critics have called it an exploitative morality tale; others have championed it as thoughtful adult drama.
  • She's married to a lout named Earl (Jeremy Sisto) who is a pure feminist nightmare self-centered, exploitative, whiney and angry and her waitress colleagues (played by .
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  • Why the Government Should Be Paying You for Your Information
    Watch Video What if government paid for the information it collected on its citizens? Jaron Lanier, widely regarded as the father of virtual reality and the author of "Who Owns the Future?", suggests that would be one step toward balancing the exploitative nature of the free technology that's making society more unequal. Paul Solman recently sat down with Lanier. You can watch their full ...
    June 11, 2013 - The Online NewsHour
  • Investigating The Dark Side Of The Internship Economy
    ProPublica is crowdsourcing funds to hire their own intern, and then set their new employee on a quest to expose the exploitation of free young labor in America. Internships are supposed to be about gaining experience and getting your foot in the door. But too often these days the arrangement is simply exploitative: a way for organizations to fill in odd jobs on the cheap. Ross Perlin wrote ...
    June 10, 2013 - Fast Company Magazine

  • Jacqui Smith in Workpermit.com
    The new civil penalties are a more effective way of dealing with employers who use slipshod or exploitative recruitment methods,said Home Secretary Jacqui Smith.
  • Hugh Hefner in TMZ.com (blog)
    Hef, for his part, told Larry King back in May, "I'm not a fan, because I think it's [exploitative], and I don't think he's a very nice guy."

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