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 n.— «Nazarbaev has criticized the case, coined “Kazakhgate,” as an empty ploy by his political opponents but has seldom commented in detail on the allegations in the five years since they first surfaced.» —“Kazakhstan: United States vs. James H. Giffen” by Marlena Telvick Eurasianet may 31, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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