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 n.— «“There are a lot of people out there that I’m calling angryphones,” said Kirkland businessman Carlos Roldan, 46. “When (Premier Jacques) Parizeau blamed us for the No vote, it was a watershed moment. All of us—anglophones, allophones, ethnics—we all became angryphones.”» —“Grass-roots groups sprout from referendum ashes” by Monique Beaudin Gazette (Montreal, Canada) Dec. 9, 1995. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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