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 n.— «We took a fairly conservative first that did not include the so-called bluebird deal that traditionally this company has had over the last year. Last year it was premier. You know, in previous years, it’s been companies like Lilly that there’s always the one mega deal, so you obviously don’t plan for it. You don’t budget for it. But, you know, we know there is always one lurking around someplace.» —“Q1 2006 I-many, Inc. Earnings Conference Call – Final” Voxant FD (Fair Disclosure) Wire Apr. 27, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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