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 n.— «All the networks compete fiercely for exclusive first interviews—”gets,” in network parlance—but like most mainstream American journalists, all are adamant that they won’t pay for access.» —“Morning show merry-go-round misses Mayfield” by Peter Ames Carlin The Oregonian (Portland) May 28, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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