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specter

noun apparition, appearance, eidolon, form, illusion, presence, revenant, shadow, shape, spirit, sprite
See also: image, phantom, reflection, spirit, vision
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Specter died at a time when approval ratings for Congress were in a deep trough and seem unlikely to rise significantly any time soon.
25) However, due to Derrida's opaque philosophical puns, it is unclear what shape Derrida perceives Marx's specter to take and what a Marx to come would entail; thus it is unclear what value there is in Marx.
Specter has represented Israel in the Senate for 30 years.
Specter, never as firmly rooted in the GOP as Smith, went where the votes are.
My change in party affiliation does not mean that I will be a party-line voter any more for the Democrats that I have been for the Republicans," said Specter, who was first elected in 1980.
Since my election in 1980, as part of the Reagan big tent, the Republican Party has moved far to the right," Specter said.
Specter said Goodell's explanation "didn't make any sense at all.
Last year Specter held a hearing on interchange fees and found what he termed a "disturbing pattern of anticompetitive conduct by credit card companies.
With a dose of dry, self-effacing humor, Specter was candid and earnest as he discussed topics ranging from President Bush's controversial handling of enemy combatants to Capitol Hill dinner parties.
This year, Specter and Harkin introduced an amendment to the federal budget bill for fiscal year 2007 that would add $7 billion for vital federal health and education programs.
Pat Toomey the same Toomey who had failed to knock off Arlen Specter in Pennsylvania.