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bilat
 n.— «Air Force One touches down tonight at Sydney Airport with POTUS on board (Secret Service-speak for President Of The United States). Tomorrow morning Bush meets Prime Minister Howard for “bilats”—diplomatic slang for a bilateral meeting between two leaders.» —“Official initials” by Daniel Flitton The Age (Melbourne, Australia) Sept. 3, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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