(1) The facts are clear: the overwhelming majority of EU citizens in Britain are contributors, not freeloaders.” But that was not the official position of any of the parties involved, so it went mostly unsaid.
(2) Axelrod admitted that Democratic supporters would have been disappointed that Obama had not raised strong issues such as the Republican position on women's rights, or the secret video showing Romney disparaging 47% of voters as freeloaders or his record as chief executive of the investment fund Bain Capital.
(3) In the final minutes, to the relief of Democrats, Obama also mentioned the secret video in which Romney dismissed 47% of American voters as freeloaders.
(4) So I’ll start with the clearest illustration of modern freeloaders at the top: bankers.
(5) Free movement to freeload is not one of the principles of the EU and Britain is not the only country that is affected by this problem and not the only country determined to address it.” The foreign secretary was explaining to MPs the thinking behind Cameron’s main EU pre-election speech in November in which the prime minister pledged to curb the abuse of in-work and out-of-work benefits by EU migrants.
(6) First, he needs to hammer Romney in the areas he is vulnerable, such as the secret video in which he dismissed 47% of the population as freeloaders, and Romney's plans on taxation and reducing the deficit, which Romney repeatedly dodges when asked for specifics.
(7) The "drinking gangs" seemed quite willing to tolerate "freeloading" when it occurred.
(8) Until any concrete conclusions emerge, we are left with three working hypotheses: first, that Isis is freeloading on the publicity surrounding the crash; second, that Isis did it; and third, that someone else is responsible.
(9) Hooray, no more queuing behind coffee freeloaders,” tweeted Beverley de Valmency.
(10) He does not retract or significantly back away from his statements in the video, although he does allow that some of those not paying income tax – the people he called freeloaders – are retirees or those receiving military benefits.
(11) As the shadow foreign secretary, Douglas Alexander, accused David Cameron of presiding over the most significant decline in Europe for a generation , the foreign secretary went on the offensive by warning of freeloading.
(12) He will also propose a German style shakeup of post-18 apprenticeships, in which companies, on an industry or regional basis, can sign legally enforceable agreements requiring all participating firms to pay a levy to cover the cost of training, so – ending the scourge of freeloading companies refusing to pay the costs of apprenticeships, but stealing skilled staff from firms that do train.
(13) Comments to the television station’s own website and on social media overwhelmingly supported Reschke, whose closing lines had been: “And I’m already looking forward to the comments on this comment.” But it also triggered a predictable spate of hate-filled reaction, such as the Bournemouth-based @Der_GERMANE, who tweeted “Rather a Nazi on a street than a foreign social welfare freeloader.” Others accused Reschke of trying to stifle free speech.
(14) Also a slimmed down Eddy Curry won his first ring, provoking this bit of vandalism from his Wikipedia page that I will capture for posterity before it's swiftly edited away: "During the 2011-12 NBA season, Curry rode the bench most of the time and freeloaded off of the 'Big Three' of Miami, as they won their first NBA title since 2006 during the Shaquille O'Neil era.
(15) But it’s also possible that Trump loses interest once he’s in power … we know that he doesn’t have much interest in foreign policy so it might be the case that he becomes very detached from security issues and leaves them in the hands of the usual suspects from the Republican party.” In response to Trump’s “freeloading” claims, some analysts have pointed out that both South Korea and Japan contribute huge sums to the upkeep of the US military presence in their countries.
(16) There is common purpose to be found against tax-avoiding freeloading companies, profiteering from rock bottom pay because they can, taking Barclays-type salaries because they can.
(17) Though, as author Chris Ruen points out in his book Freeloading , if you yourself didn't pay for any of the music by your favourite bands, then don't be surprised if they eventually call it quits for lack of funds.
(18) He does not think the 47% freeloaders remark caught on the secret video will hurt him because Segura believes it is true.
(19) The results demonstrated that the discriminability between the conditions of working and freeloading is a most important factor contributing to the continued responding in the presence of free rewards.
(20) Obama was heavily criticised by fellow Democrats of failing in Denver to exploit Romney's perceived weaknesses such as the secret video in which he dismissed 47% of Americans as freeloaders, his approach on women's rights, his record as chief executive of Bain Capital and his unwillingness to provide details of his plans for tax and deficit-reduction.
(n.) Any one of numerous species of Spongiae, or Porifera. See Illust. and Note under Spongiae.
(n.) The elastic fibrous skeleton of many species of horny Spongiae (keratosa), used for many purposes, especially the varieties of the genus Spongia. The most valuable sponges are found in the Mediterranean and the Red Sea, and on the coasts of Florida and the West Indies.
(n.) One who lives upon others; a pertinaceous and indolent dependent; a parasite; a sponger.
(n.) Any spongelike substance.
(n.) Dough before it is kneaded and formed into loaves, and after it is converted into a light, spongy mass by the agency of the yeast or leaven.
(n.) Iron from the puddling furnace, in a pasty condition.
(n.) Iron ore, in masses, reduced but not melted or worked.
(n.) A mop for cleaning the bore of a cannon after a discharge. It consists of a cylinder of wood, covered with sheepskin with the wool on, or cloth with a heavy looped nap, and having a handle, or staff.
(n.) The extremity, or point, of a horseshoe, answering to the heel.
(v. t.) To cleanse or wipe with a sponge; as, to sponge a slate or a cannon; to wet with a sponge; as, to sponge cloth.
(v. t.) To wipe out with a sponge, as letters or writing; to efface; to destroy all trace of.
(v. t.) Fig.: To deprive of something by imposition.
(v. t.) Fig.: To get by imposition or mean arts without cost; as, to sponge a breakfast.
(v. i.) To suck in, or imbile, as a sponge.
(v. i.) Fig.: To gain by mean arts, by intrusion, or hanging on; as, an idler sponges on his neighbor.
(v. i.) To be converted, as dough, into a light, spongy mass by the agency of yeast, or leaven.
(1) The popularly used procedure in Great Britain is that in which a sheet of Ivalon sponge is sutured to the sacrum and wrapped around the rectum thus anchoring it in place.
(2) Similar sponges were reintroduced into four ewes at each of the intervals 1, 3, 5, and 7 days later; three ewes served as controls.
(3) After washing for 7 days and freeze drying the resultant collagen sponge was tested with regard to mechanical, physical, enzymatic degradation properties and biological responses.
(4) The substance benzalconium chloride (BZC) was contained in vaginal sponges (n = 46), pessaries (n = 4) and cream (n = 6) at a dose rate of 1.18%.
(5) Depending on depth regions from which the sponges were collected, differences in occurrence of metabolites were observed.
(6) Turn the sponge out onto the paper, then carefully peel off the lining paper.
(7) The concentrations of NaB3H4-reducible collagen cross-links were determined at the time when collagen fibres and bundles are observed in electron micrographs of connective tissue developing around the implanted Ivalon sponge in adult male rats.
(8) Nonetheless, these donor-reactive CTL rarely constitute more than 0.5% of the T cells recovered from sponge allografts, even at the peak of the rejection response.
(9) Attention is given to the poor design of a disposable cellulose sponge that results in frequent hooking of sutures during microsurgical procedures.
(10) The effects of epidermal growth factor (EGF) on granulation-tissue formation and collagen-gene expression were studied in experimental sponge-induced granulomas in rats.
(11) In spite of the growing variety of materials being used in the manufacture of intraabdominal packs (sponges), no data have been published on their adhesion-producing properties.
(12) Of the 19 women, 4 of 6 sponge users (66%) developed a bacterial vaginosis recurrence (RR 2.93, 95% CI: 1.43-6.02).
(13) Explants of a human sacral chordoma were successfully maintained on collagen-coated coverslips, gelfoam sponge matrices, and Millipore filter platforms for up to 30 days.
(14) A fraction prepared from normal human plasma inhibits the migration of polymorphonuclear and mononuclear leucocytes into inflammatory exudates produced by the intrapleural injection of carrageeman or turpentine by the subcutaneous implantation of polyvinyl sponges in the rat.
(15) These sponges were dissociated both mechanically, which leaves the factor on the cell surface, and by Humphrey's (1963) method, which isolates the factor from the cells.
(16) Five new 20,24-bishomoscalarane sesterterpenes, phyllactones A , B , C , D , and E , are reported from the sponge Phyllospongia foliascens collected in the waters of the Nansha Islands in the South China Sea.
(17) To determine if alloantigen-induced .N = O production might be operative in vivo, cells that had infiltrated a rat sponge matrix allograft were tested for de novo .N = O production as well as .N = O production upon restimulation with the sensitizing alloantigen.
(18) The fine structure of four glioblastomas and two cerebellar astrocytomas maintained in organ culture systems up to 137 days and 43 days, respectively, using either a three-dimensional sponge foam matrix technic or a Millipore filter platform technic, is described and compared.
(19) The intensity-measuring device in both apparatuses has a mobile disk attached to a motionless axis by a spiral spring; the clamps have fixing screws in the butts of a spong.
(20) Initially, 4-5 days post-operative, the plasma clot maintained the grafted cells in a loose sponge-like sack at the site of implantation.