march of the lemons
 n.— «“We would never move bad teachers to another school,” she said. That practice is known as the “march of the lemons” and won’t be tolerated in APS, she said.» —“APS head blasts ‘march of the lemons’” by Susie Gran Albuquerque Tribune (New Mexico) June 18, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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