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 n.— «This is just one of the questions being raised by overseas Filipinos who are learning that charter change or “Cha Cha” is now the hottest topic of discussion in the Philippines, not a revival of a dance craze.» —“Parliamentary Cha-Cha” by Rodel E. Rodis Philippine News (South San Francisco, California) Jan. 18, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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