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 n.— «The western leaders have used the D-Day ceremonies to underscore the unity of the western alliance in the face of Soviet attempts to drive a political wedge between the United States and Western Europe—and this was undoubtedly the message they wanted to send to the world as they posed for a “family photo” on Utah Beach after the ceremony.» —“French Leader Urges Ex-Allies To Heal Split” by Michael Dobbs in Utah Beach, France Washington Post June 7, 1984. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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