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  • n  an officious annoying person who interferes with others

  • Or how the Yanks will fare with a new manager, Joe Girardi, and a new boss, George Steinbrenner's son, Hank, a meddler who may manage to bring back the dysfunctional feel of the .
  • Moreover, these clowns are rubbing Barack's nose in it--calling him a meddler.
  • The Boss is also a a world class meddler (Billy Martin: you're fired, hired, fired), though fading health has kept him off New York's back pages in recent years.
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    True Ghost Stories: 10 p.m. Monday nights on Listen to Sherri Emily, Rebel Meddler and Deanna as they interview celebrity guests, paranormal experts, psychics and more. Open chat Available.
    Oct. 10, 2013 - The Standard-Times

  • Chan Gailey in San Jose Mercury News
    I did not want to be a meddler. If you give something up, give it up,Gailey said. "Don't keep your hand in there and be part of the process because if you're not careful you end up being part of the problem not part of the solution. I've...
  • Scott Newman in Indianapolis Star
    I'm not good-looking enough to be a figurehead, and I don't know enough about police work to be a meddler,Newman told officers in the Fountain Square station. "I should be something in between. I should marshal resources and get people...
  • Bobby Beathard in Washington Post
    Beathard, who originally hired Gibbs in 1981, said Gibbs would "not be one that would be a meddler or interfering. He's very good at letting people do what they're brought in to do."

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