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 n.— «For years, while rain from a leaky roof contaminated evidence in the Houston Police Crime Laboratory.…Officials even failed to take proper action when two laboratory analysts were cited for four instances of fabricating scientific evidence, or drylabbing.» —“Officials Ignored Houston Lab’s Troubles, Report Finds” by Ralph Blumenthal in Houston, Tex. New York Times July 1, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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