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 v.— «By the end of the Columbus Day weekend, more than 70 officers charged with protecting Congress had called in sick. It was the largest number of Capitol Police officers who ever had “banged in.” Many of them say they really were sick—an illness brought on by fatigue.» —“Police Show Strain From Endless Alerts” by Sari Horwitz Washington Post Oct. 18, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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