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  • n  an extremely old-fashioned conservative

  • One such mossback, presumably, was 74-year-old Nikolai Baibakov, who was ousted as the head of Gosplan, the Soviet economic planning committee.
  • Rausch's six-month rule may strike some as draconian, but the bishop is no mossback.
  • That is not the battle cry of some Vatican mossback but a matter-of-fact assessment by Andrea Riccardi, the well- connected founder of the Catholic social-justice group Comunit .
News & Articles

  • The Mossback Guide to Giftgiving
    We're not sure how nice he's been this year, but Mossback Knute Berger has a Christmas shopping list to make any heritage nut purr.
    Dec. 19, 2013 - Crosscut

  • Roy Blount, Jr. in Bangkok Post
    I just vote as if I were a ferocious old mossback conservative when it comes to language,said the author Roy Blount Jr. "It's up to me to save the distinction between 'whether' and 'if'. I should go along with a stick and hit people on the...

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