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 n.— «Gatehouse has accused the paper’s authors of conducting “a piece of ambulance-chasing research that is coming in on the coat-tails of the GM controversy.”» —“GM link of scientist who discredited safety fears” by Pennie Taylor Sunday Herald (Glasgow, Scotland) Oct. 17, 1999. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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