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someone who pampers or spoils by excessive indulgence

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which resulted in the death of the suspected ASG coddler identified as Muksidin A.
We've been looking for the perfect egg coddler for two years," she said.
Lorenzana advised the President to extend military rule in the island to 'ensure the total eradication of Daesh-inspired Da'awatul Islamiyah Waliyatul Masriq, other like-minded local and foreign terrorist groups and armed lawless groups, and the communist terrorists and their coddlers, supporters and financiers.
We ask the public to stand behind the administration and rally behind our defenders to quell the continuing rebellion in Mindanao; eradicate the DAESH-inspired Da'awatul Islamiyah Waliyatul Masriq (DIWM) and other like-minded local/ foreign terrorist groups and armed lawless groups, and the communist terrorists and their coddlers, supporters and financiers; and ensure the unhampered rehabilitation of war-torn Marawi and the lives of its residents.
These eggs are wonderful complements for flowers and bunnies and will become the centers of attention when artistically placed in antique silver egg coddlers on a buffet or down the dining table for Easter lunch.
In certain important ways, the revival of musar today is, like the impulse behind its Lithuanian predecessor, countercultural, rejecting the prominent American feel-good ethos of self-esteem coddlers.
No, the reason Obama is being caricatured as some kind of latter-day Patrice Lumumba is simply that he took office at a dangerous moment for the wealthy and their enablers, coddlers, and bipartisan political minions.
This time, as opposed to 2004, the dirty depiction of Democrats as coddlers of terrorists did not sell.
Foil the Democrat terror coddlers and their "fair and square" election tricks.
He plunges head-on into those nebulous topographies social scientists like to call the "space of flows," casting abstracted labor into relief and putting commodity fetishism before the fun-house mirror: Starling has obtained balsa wood from Ecuador to make a model of a French Farman Mosquito airplane, which was then flown in Australia; built a scale replica of the Wagenfeld Museum--a former prison that also served as production site for egg coddlers, among other things--to be used as a henhouse; melted down and recast (as each other) an Eames Aluminum Group Chair and a Mann Sausalito mountain bike; and driven a red 1974 Italian Fiat from Turin, where it is no longer made, to the Fiat plant in Warsaw, where he added new white Polish parts before returning the car to Turin.
it's obvious that this high-minded attempt to bypass the terrorist coddlers in Afghanistan is a self-defeating farce.
President Duterte earlier asked Congress to extend martial law in Mindanao supposedly to eradicate Islamic State-inspired insurgents, communist terrorists and their coddlers.
Public safety is our primordial concern; thus, we ask the public to stand behind the administration and rally behind our defenders to quell the continuing rebellion in Mindanao; eradicate the Daesh-inspired Da'awatul Islamiyah Waliyatul Masriq and other like-minded local and foreign terrorist groups and armed lawless groups, and the communist terrorists and their coddlers, supporters and financiers; and ensure the unhampered rehabilitation of war-torn Marawi and the lives of its residents,' he added.
The least guilty could become state witnesses, said President Rodrigo Duterte who released on Thursday a matrix which showed de Lima as the highest official among six others whom he named as drug lord protectors at NBP and drug pushing coddlers in Pangasinan, northern Luzon.
Smith and Bunn were seconded by officials of several antichoice organizations, who sounded more like liberal coddlers than their conservative Hill allies who bark about the "culture of welfare.