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baby dip
 n.— «The department declined Embassy’s request to speak with the newcomers, affectionately known in Ottawa as the “baby dips.” Still, officials offered some interesting stats about the novice diplomats: the average age is approximately 28 and this year’s pool includes three couples and three PhDs.» —“‘Baby Dips’ Hit the Street” by Sarah McGregor Embassy (Can.) Mar. 22, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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