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Synonyms for specter

Synonyms for specter

a mental representation of some haunting experience

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"Specter of Torment" along with "Shovel of Hope" and "Plague of Shadows" were released under the $24.99 "Shovel Knight: Treasure Trove" on the Nintendo Switch last month as part of the new console's launch titles.
By this time, Specter was more popular among Democrats than Republicans, and he switched parties, citing an increasingly rightward shift among the GOP that was at odds with his more moderate stance.
Thus, Marx's specter never goes away because it always has something to tell us.
I said that Specter is more Israeli than Netanyahu, as he has supported each war on the Palestinians, and against Arabs and Muslims, including the last two wars on Lebanon and the Gaza strip.
Specter's book is a good starting place for any scientist or layman interested in delving into this phenomenon.
But if a free pass for Specter would have benefited the Democratic strategy to retain control of the Senate, it would have been a disservice to democracy.
Nonetheless, Specter's announcement will impact Senate procedural rules on filibusters--a legislative procedure to end debate and proceed to a vote on the bill.
Specter, who faced conservative anger over his vote in favour of Obama's nearly $787bn economic stimulus package, denied that he would rubber-stamp Democratic legislation.
Specter insisted his philosophy hadn't changed, but that the GOP has become extremist and out of touch with his state.
Specter's departure could render the Republicans a marginal force in Congress, smoothing the way for President Obama's ambitious legislative agenda.
Arlen Specter (R-Pa.),ranking member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, visited a Giant Food supermarket in Camp Hill, Pa.
Senator Aden Specter, R.-Pennsylvania, turned back the clock.
Arlen Specter, R-Penn., are the recipients of APHA's 2006 Distinguished Public Health Legislator of the Year Awards based on their work in advancing legislation that supports public health priorities.
Arlen Specter (R-Pa.), who instructed, "Your response should be submitted directly to the Subcommittee without editing, revision, or comment by the Department of Health & Human Services."
Arlen Specter (R-Pa.) on its cover with the headline "The Worst Republican Senator," insiders saw traces of Moore's hand.