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 n.— «People who examine how the Disney corporation interprets and presents historical themes to the public have coined the term “distory” to describe the “dis”tortions and “dis”information usually promoted by the company. (The Disney production I most love to hate is Pocahontas—truly appalling.)» —“History According to Disney: “Truthiness,” Part II” by Kathleen A. Dahl Lewis and Clark Trail Watch (La Grande, Oregon) Jan. 15, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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