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 n.— «As editor in chief of Condé Nast’s latest venture, Cargo, a shopping magazine—or, as some cynics prefer, “magalog”—for men, the younger Foxman told the Forward he’s out to empower men.» —“Crazy like a Foxman” by Lisa Keys Jewsweek May 2, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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