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Merriam-Webster defines feminism as 'the theory of the political, economic, and social equality of the sexes' and 'organized activity on behalf of women's rights and interests,' even as it acknowledges that the word first entered a Webster dictionary in 1841 and originally meant 'qualities of females.
com/words-at-play/the-less-lovely-side-of-snowflake) Merriam Webster dictionary states the usage of the word as a slang did not begin with the book or the movie.
The internet kept guessing and even the Merriam Webster dictionary got involved, but found itself no match for the task.
Among many definitions, one way the Merriam Webster dictionary defines the word agent is: one engaged in undercover activities (as espionage).
Why is the Webster dictionary and Wikipedia being blocked," The Nation quoted Rehman, as saying in a statement.
Why is the Webster dictionary and Wikipedia being blocked, asked the former Federal Minister for information.
Luckily, I am in good company since the Webster dictionary also defines jihad as "a holy war undertaken as a sacred duty by Muslims.
I think I am going to call the Webster dictionary company and tell them that survivor, just put Quaboag field hockey next to it because we really have been a group of survivors this year," he said after the Cougars' 1-0 win over Oakmont in last night's Central Mass.
Merriam Webster Dictionary defines ``law'' as ``a rule of conduct or action prescribed or formally recognized as binding or enforced by a controlling authority.
But the Webster Dictionary merely concedes that Emmentaler has "small holes" although even Swiss schoolchildren used to be quite proud of this national cheese and figured there were special Swiss army detachments shot those lovely big holes into it.
com/dictionary/fascism) according to Merriam Webster Dictionary , where the term has been trending in searches for the better part of the past year.
The Justice Department -- with a little bit of legal maneuvering and a heavy reliance on the Webster Dictionary definition of the word "candidate" - then ruled that the Bush/Cheney transitional activities can continue, up to and past January 6, 2001, when the US Senate certifies the electoral college vote and declares both men the winners.