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ditch the line

ditch the line
 v.— «Now if somebody ditches the line in immigration, you know, it’s a billion times worse than if they ditched the line at a ballgame or a movie theater.» —“The O’Reilly FactorUnresolved Problem” by John Kasich Fox News June 28, 2002. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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