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little red dot

little red dot
 n.— «The key reason for this is Singapore’s unique position: It is neither a developed or developing country, nor fully a member of the East or West. “The world is mystified by us, how a little red dot has done so much is the source of much misunderstanding.”» —“Little red dot is sometimes misunderstood” Straits Times (Singapore) Jan. 20, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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