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 n.— «All three have pulled strings in their respective parties to get Assembly poll tickets for their puppets and close confidants, better known in political parlance as chamchas.» —“Leaders’ chamchas get lucky” by Krishnakumar Mid Day (Mumbai, India) Sept. 21, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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