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 n.— «Fed up, many Brazilians are moving to Miami, the press is speculating that Franco may attempt a “Fujimorazo” (usurping of powers) and there is open talk of a return to military rule.» —“Breaking the rules Latin American democracies are trying to ward off the ‘Fujimori virus’” by Linda Robinson, Tom Gibb, Patricia Garip-Bertuol, Berta Thayer, David Benson U.S. News & World Report Aug. 2, 1993. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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