dirt
 n.— «The first of executives to admit being part of the scheme pleaded guilty in March 2003. They told agents about inserting false numbers they called “dirt” or “pixie dust” to cover up earnings shortfalls, which they termed the “hole.” The group even coined a name for itself: “the family.”» —“Scrushy acquitted of fraud at HealthSouth” by Jay Reeves in Birmingham, Ala. BusinessWeek June 28, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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