dance of the lemons
 n.— «If and when the parents at the new school begin to complain about the same teacher, then another transfer may be arranged, and yet another. These multiple transfers are so common that they even have nicknames, such as “the turkey trot” or “the dance of the lemons.”» —by Thomas Sowell Inside American Education Nov. 1, 1992. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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