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Ja well no fine

Ja well no fine
 other.— «The question was put directly to new secretary-general Cyril Ramaphosa this week and his inconclusive reply can best be described as a diplomatic “Ja, well, no fine.”» —“The ANC could take a tip or two from the NP” by John MacLennan Sunday Star (Johannesburg, South Africa) July 7, 1991. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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