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 n.— «That actually was a bit of a blue bird, I’d have to say.…They had actually as a customer been dormant for some time. And then apparently their business must have started picking up because all of a sudden they came back and wanted quite a bit of product. And so last quarter we had a—what I would call a catch up quarter, and I would not expect the ongoing business to be at the same level.» —“Q1 2003 California Micro Devices Earnings Conference Call – Final” FD (Fair Disclosure) Wire July 25, 2002. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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