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 n.— «Under the plan, according to the person briefed on the issue, the I.R.S. will cut an onerous penalty for not filing a Report of Foreign Bank and Financial Account, known as an Fbar—something offshore tax evaders have not done.» —“I.R.S. to Offer Deal to Tax Evaders” by Lynnley Browning New York Times Mar. 26, 2009. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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