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 n.— «The WB is showing that it won’t chance, like other networks, being fined $27,000 for saying the “S-word” (yes, that’s how the FCC refers to it), or get involved in squabbles over whether it is appropriate to use the word “hamsterbating” before a certain time in the evening.» —“Regulators, Mount Up: A Look At IPTV” by Jason Lee Miller WebProNews Mar. 24, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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