Marxist glue
 n.— «For cops, wheat-pasting is another word for vandalism, but, more tellingly, wheat paste is also referred to as “Marxist glue,” thanks to its subversive history and proletariat-friendly ingredients (namely, flour plus water).» —“Stuck on Revolution” by Mindy Farabee L.A. City Beat (Los Angeles, California) Mar. 15, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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  1. flimsy32 says:

    Thank God, there are linguists in America! Wonder if it is what I’ve been looking for.
    I’m dying to ask my first question:

    The Definite Article – what the heck is it?
    “The New York Times”, but “Washington Post” – is it used in the first example because of the plural noun or what?

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