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freeco
 n.— «Since I cannot quantify the scope of the “freeco” that the Caricom Santa Claus dispensed at the November feeding frenzy, our Parliament must be engaged because too many politically-partisan decisions have been made in giving away unconditionally part of our crown jewels.» —“Manning’s integration for small island votes” by Stephen Kangal in Caroni Trinidad Guardian Nov. 14, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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