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 n.— «“I either say I’m a television personality or that I’m a fundit,” the 36-year-old says from his home in New York. “I coined the term “fundit,” and The New York Times stole it from me. I feel violated. I believe they used it to describe Judith Miller.”» —“Call him what you will, Rocca to bring fun to Stephens Center” by Alec Harvey Birmingham News (Ala.) Jan. 19, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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