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hair dryer
 n.— «They are there and controlling these apples is an art form. That art form is called management. Sir Alex use the much approved British technique called the hair dryer. It was developed by staff sergeants in the British army to deal with people that did not know their language and is mainly based on the volume and strength of vocal outlet.» —“One Bad Apple…….!” by Lindy Vitalfootball.co.uk Sept. 5, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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