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 n.— «My exquisite pleasure as a Liberal party man who barely knew a Tory or “Dipper” (as we called NDPers) was to work with people from organized labour, Liberals, Conservatives, ad people and NDPers all in a glorious coalition united in our desire to sweep city hall clean of the remnants of the Mel Lastman regime and restore pride to our city.» —“An honourable politician” by Patrick Gossage The Star (Toronto, Canada) Sept. 29, 2009. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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