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Mapril

Mapril
 n.— «Thomson Financial’s Jharonne Martis warned investors not to take the month’s results to heart, urging them instead to combine March and April—what some analysts call “Mapril”—for a clearer picture of how consumers are spending.» —“April a Cruel Month for Retailers” by Jennifer Waters in Chicago SmartMoney.com May 10, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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