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ankling
 n.— «Jon Goldman, who has headed the Irvine-based company since The Collective and Backbone Entertainment merged almost three years ago, is “ankling,” as we say in Variety parlance. That means he’s not quitting in the most believable way, but he wasn’t officially fired either. Somewhere in between.» —“Foundation 9 gets a new CEO” by Ben Fritz The Cut Scene Mar. 18, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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