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 n.— «Sinclair was one of several traders that lost money after being promised returns of about 15pc by Mr Cushnie. In fact the money was being circulated between Versailles and a number of ghost companies in an attempt to drive up its apparent turnover—a practice known as “cross-firing.”» —“Victims of Cushnie move in with St Tropez villa the prize target” by Philip Aldrick Telegraph (U.K.) Oct. 19, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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