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listicle
 n.— «People who haven’t worked in the publishing industry (or haven’t worked at the Voice) don’t necessarily know that “best of” issues are generally a chance for the editorial staff to phone it in. Inside jokes, lazy writing, and the triumph of the listicle, it’s everything I love in a paper that’s mainly funded by ads from whores. I say that because I love my Voice friends!» —“Best of Best Of” by Anil Dash Anil Dash Oct. 6, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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