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HLE
 n.— «“HLE” is a bit of a joke term, (or possible tongue in cheek could be a better label) coined in my Network Marketing Group—it stands for “Hens Lay Eggs” and is a take on the exponential growth theory—recruit two people, who recruit two, etc, and in six weeks you’ll have 50,000 people sending you $250,000—the false promise of MLM.» —“Hens Lay Eggs” by Silke Stahl Silke Stahl’s Blog (U.K.) Jan. 24, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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