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 n.— «The Democratic frontrunner for president, Hillary Clinton, is being urged to break out of her close-knit circle of advisers known as “Hillaryland” and take more political risks if she is to secure the 2008 nomination.…The term Hillaryland was coined at Bill Clinton’s campaign headquarters in Little Rock, Arkansas, in 1992. In the coveted top spot is Patti Solis Doyle, the director of Hillpac, Clinton’s political action committee, which oversees her vast media operations, political research and fundraising.» —“Loyal ladies feel the breeze in Hillaryland” by Sarah Baxter Times (London, England) Dec. 17, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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