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  • n  a farm building for housing poultry

  • Democrats had attacked President Bush for assigning "the fox to guard the henhouse," and consumer activists had blasted Baroody as a "corporate insider.
  • Having Smithfield report on the tests "is like the fox guarding the henhouse," he says.
  • But he's been working the Washington henhouse since 1970, and he has fought to shield manufacturers from claims and fines.

  • Asif Ali Zardari in DailyIndia.com
    Showing no faith in an investigation that will be carried out by the Musahrraf regime, Zardari said, "One does not put the fox in charge of the henhouse."
  • Hillary Rodham Clinton in Guardian Unlimited
    It's beyond satire to see what this administration has once again done,Clinton said during a phone-in news conference. "It's the fox guarding the henhouse when it comes to family planning."
  • Florian Müller in Reuters
    Today, Florian Mueller, an EU strategist and former MySQL shareholder driving the effort in a partnership with Widenius, warned that "letting Oracle have MySQL is worse than putting the fox in charge of the henhouse because the hens are no threat to...

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