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GUBU

GUBU
 adj.— «The systemic problems in the Garda management were not confined to its operations in Donegal, Mr McDowell said, reiterating his GUBU-esque description of recent events as: “Frightening, unprecedented, egregious and devastating.”» —“No More Politics In Garda Jobs” by Willie Kealy, Jim Cusack Sunday Independent (Ireland) July 18, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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