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boomerang
 n.— «In fact, last year, 13 per cent of those hired by the company were returnee employees, also known as “boomerangs.”» —“Accounting firm makes sure to stay in touch with past staff” by Ann Kerr Globe and Mail (Toronto, Can.) June 30, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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