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  • n  someone who systematically obstructs some action that others want to take
  • n  someone who offers opposition

  • As if to make up for these missing parts, he is a full-time resister and iconoclast who loudly lacerates the world with mockery.
  • When May passed his hand between the light and the resister, the hum stopped.
  • Muhammad Ali would have gone to jail as a draft resister had a clerk not persuaded Harlan to read some Black Muslim literature.
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  • The Main Reason 'Hearthstone' Will Be Blizzard's Next Cash Cow
    Daniel Tack wrote a really great article yesterday on how Hearthstone could "change the PC gaming landscape." While I agree with all his points, I did think he left out one I wanted to touch on specifically, the game's use of tactile feedback to encourage spending. It's a trick that's worked on me, a normally stoic resister of microtransactions, and one I think will work on millions of others ...
    Oct. 24, 2013 - Forbes
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    June 19, 2013 - PRWeb

  • Martin Luther King in Washington Times
    ...nonviolent resistance demonstrated by Mahatma Gandhi, wrote in his autobiography that "Gandhi resisted evil with as much vigor and power as the violent resister, but he resisted with love instead of hate. True pacifism is not unrealistic...
  • Guenther Oettinger in Expatica
    I don't think he was an opponent in the sense of resister,said Oettinger.

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