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 n.— «I have met a number of blinks who work for various security and intelligence agencies for the Federal Government. These jobs, for a blink with the appropriate aptitude and education, represent some of the highest paying positions available to a person with a vision impairment.» —“The Invisibility of Disability” by Christian Hofstader BlindConfidential May 13, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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