doughnut
 n.— «One aide suggested the leadership was unhappy with the camera angle at PMQs and that it was possible Sir Menzies might move away from the gangway to the middle of the front bench so that on camera he is surrounded by colleagues, a technique known as a “doughnut.”» —“Makeover for Ming after 100 days as leader” by Michael Settle, Deborah Summers The Herald (Glasgow, Scotland) May 18, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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