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GUBU
 adj.— «It was always unlikely that Haughey, who survived the arms trial, allegations about land deals in north Dublin and the GUBU saga was going to be tripped up at the age of 71.» —“The Dunne thing” by Rory Godson, John Burns Sunday Times (London, Eng.) Dec. 8, 1996. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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