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 n.— «Most journalists loathe lobsters. No, not the succulent crustaceans served with melted butter. “Lobsters” is the pejorative term many reporters use for lobbyists.…To the media elite, “lobsters” represent the antithesis of all they consider good.» —“Dean’s Abramoff Tie” by William Tate American Thinker Feb. 24, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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