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nonbudsman
 n.— «After a controversial run-in with bloggers last year that helped sink “60 Minutes Wednesday,” CBS has hired a “nonbudsman” to write a blog that will go behind the scenes at the news division.» —“CBS News counters bloggers with ‘Nonbudsman’” by Paul J. Gough in New York City Reuters Aug. 30, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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