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Use "appropriators" in a sentence
"Especially if one can simply push forward and pay perhaps later: this is why the big guns, the one's who will be called "appropriators" instead of 'plagiarists', have seemingly abandoned copyright law altogether."
"That may be true for "appropriators," but what if real fiscal conservatives were to join the committee, thus changing the way the committee was run?"
"Weldon would ask Miller and Howell what they thought of O’Keefe’s latest, then call the appropriators back with counterproposals."