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bang in
 v.— «Gov. Weld, who has had mixed results purging state government of the alleged hacks and layabouts he once called “walruses,” has scored a rare success in attacking part of the walrus culture—abuse of sick time. State Revenue Department employees two years ago were the leaders in what Beacon Hill bureaucrats have dubbed “banging in.”» —“Sick-day abuse abates since crackdown by Weld” by Peter J. Howe Boston Globe Feb. 15, 1994. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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