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 n.— «A large segment of the clip had to do with opinion about the war, and that’s not my lane.…There were two parts in what I saw that went directly to my lane in the road, which is the health of the U.S. military.» —“DoD News Briefing by General Peter Pace” by Peter Pace U.S. Department of Defense Jan. 5, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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