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 n.— «Although some may call Metz’s tactics little more than employee raids, executive recruiters like to call them “lift-outs,” or the practice of a company hiring a whole group of employees from another outfit.» —“I Can’t Believe They Took The Whole Team” BusinessWeek Dec. 18, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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