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come-to-Jesus meeting

come-to-Jesus meeting
 n.— «Lennox insists that he pushes his subordinates to express opinions that contradict his own. “There have been major disagreements on some issues about what should be done,” he says. “I encourage people to disagree and discuss their viewpoints. On the other hand,” he adds, “I’m not running a come-to-Jesus meeting here.» —“Can Don Lennox Save Harvester?” Business Week Aug. 15, 1983. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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