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 n.— «There is a tendency in favour of what is called “dittoism,” i.e., everyone thinking the same thought without a healthy tendency to break the uniformity of thought.» —“EDITORIAL: NWFP’s security is Pakistan’s security” Daily Times (Lahore, Pakistan) Sept. 6, 2009. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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