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air supply
 n.— «This growth occurred at a time when “air supply” was introduced into the Ugandan lexicon. People in positions of influence began conniving with government accounting officers to win tenders on which they hardly delivered. The moment the cheque was cashed they would split the money and run.» —“Politics of Graft; Sad Movt Legacy” by Henry Ochieng Monitor (Kampala, Uganda) July 16, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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