n.— «“If there was a big explosion around September 9, we would have found some evidence of it,” he said. “It’s highly likely that this explosion will turn out to be a ‘happening,’” he concluded. The English word “happening” is used in South Korea to describe a situation where a big fuss is stirred up over nothing.» —“NK Blast Explanation Plausible, NIS Says” by Reuben Staines Korea Times (Seoul, S. Korea) Sept. 15, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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