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full Ginsburg
 n.Gloss: being a guest on all five major American Sunday morning television shows in a single day. «This momentous subject began to elbow aside scarier topics like Iraq on September 23rd, when the junior senator from New York got herself interviewed on all five of the Sunday-morning political variety shows, a feat known as “the full Ginsburg,” in honor of William Ginsburg, Monica Lewinsky’s lawyer, who, on February 1, 1998, was the first to manage it.» —“Brouhahaha” by Hendrik Hertzberg New Yorker Oct. 15, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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