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Waffle

A mechanized process that destroys old or defaced coins. A waffle scratches a coin so that it can no longer be recognized. The former coin is demonetized and may then be sold as scrap metal.
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Based upon the two-stage model, one should expect that in the case of a Democratic candidate, a personal attribution will be made as the change in position fits with the waffling image (an internal attribution) as "Democrat" and "waffler" have been associated in the person's mind.
Clinton's problem is that pressure to adhere to a strictly leftist or right-wing agenda--or be derided as a "waffler"--shows no signs of easing.
We must choose between a total waffler and a complete spoofer.
Just promise us, Stephen, you won't be a blethering nuisance like non-stop waffler John Virgo.
In his presentation at the same conference, CD publisher and Waffler, Cy Gonick, made note that the Waffle Manifesto--For an Independent and Socialist Canada--was a very radical document in its day.
The Welsh waffler did a great disservice to Wales with that performance before the UK.
As one who at an early stage assessed this man and watched weekly on TV his performance in the National Assembly, I can say this man is arrogant, mealy mouthed and a waffler.
At state school, other kids dubbed Murray "The Waffler" because of his wheeler-dealer stories, and laughed when he said to them: "I'm going to be in business; I'm going to be huge."
The G5 offers five different functions: contact grill, sandwich/panini grill, jumbo waffler, baking pan and griddle.
He must counter GOP charges that he is a hopelessly out-of-touch liberal and a waffler who never met an issue on which he couldn't flip-flop.
Look North presenter Carol Malia said: "I once attended a careers convention at 17 to be told by a newspaper man that it was best not to have a degree in English when trying to break into journalism because it would turn me into a waffler!"