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ice out
 v. phr.— «The people who develop rivalries in the Obamaland? They don’t do so good. You may not have noticed that during the course of the campaign. But people who are shooting at each other? They tend to get iced out,” Podesta told me.» —“Rivals in “Obamaland” Podesta says, “tend to get iced out”” by Lynn Sweet Chicago Sun-TImes Jan. 19, 2009. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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