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 n.Note: Same as misprision. «Technically, the legal question in this instance involves what the law calls “misprison of a felony,” which sets a legal standard that Obama’s “sin of omission” does not seem to match.» —“ Dumb and Dumber: Obama stayed silent as Blagojevich tried to sell senate seat” by Judah Freed Examiner Dec. 10, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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