adj.— «“We talked a lot about the Bush model, which is that there are a few people who really know everything,” Plouffe told me in early December. That helps ensure an airtight bubble of knowledge. “If there was leaking, we tried to find out who did it,” Plouffe said. “You didn’t have to worry about having a conference call and anything getting out. That’s the value of a small, continuitous group.”» —“Between Obama and the Press” by Mark Leibovich New York Times Magazine Dec. 21, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)
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