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 n.— «The premiums and the broken promise about tax increases have been controversial. The neologism “Fiberal” has gained rapid acceptance, and both Mr. Sorbara and Mr. McGuinty are being pilloried in the press and on open-line radio shows as liars.» —“Why McGuinty felt he had to break his word” by Murray Campbell Globe and Mail (Toronto, Can.) May 20, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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