Clintonian


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Clintonian

[klin′tōn·ē·ən]
(geology)
Lower Middle Silurian geologic time.
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He is, in the Clintonian formulation, someone an ordinary citizen can imagine having a beer with.
Although 'from Worcester,' he became an honorary Clintonian, well-loved throughout the community.
And it's fascinating that so many Republicans seem quite content to see the Dems saddled with Hillaiy, while many Dems seem resigned to the dreary prospect of Clintonian inevitability.
There isn't even complete agreement on the terminology itself, which can Lead to some Clintonian discussions of their own.
The "(http://5e22c74089f3ead9fb3a-826e8a392aaf48b70eb85d8703df9872.r30.cf2.rackcdn.com/The%20Black%20List%202012.pdf) Black List ," Hollywood's unofficial roundup of the hottest unproduced screenplays of the year, was announced on Monday, and one of the projects in development is already generating some Clintonian buzz.
That Blairite, Clintonian blend of warmth, humour, empathy, authority and charisma is not easy to do.
Things have even taken a surreal Clintonian turn with a debate over something as basic--yet critical--as what your definition of advice is?
Chapters are illustrated with black and white photographs and include frequent side boxes on such topics as immigrants and education, urban photojournalist Jacob Riis, Clintonian welfare reform, and hip hop, to name a handful.
A Clintonian at FoxThe CaucusThe New York TimesBy Jim Rutenberg
Ron Brownstein looks at the still largely latent conflicts between the Democrats' energized activists and the fundamentally (Bill) Clintonian vision of the party's presidential candidates.
Rushmore, Las Vegas and a very large cruise ship (take that, "Poseidon") all face Mother Nature's wrath, causing Bridges' president--a Ronald Reagan type with a touch of Clintonian empathy--to himself erupt: "I'm tired of hearing what we can't do!
In his defense, Bush stated that "the people responsible in our government have reviewed this transaction"--a Clintonian circumlocution even the Republican toadies on Capitol Hill did not accept.