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 n.— «America’s 2008 presidential election loomed large over Ghana’s poll. Supporters of the two main parties talked of their dreams for an “Obama”—here meaning a first-round win—and analysts hoped that the loser would follow Sen. John McCain’s example by conceding quickly and graciously. This Mr. Akufo-Addo did.» —“Ghana’s new president: Africa’s symbol of a working democracy” by Tristan McConnell Christian Science Monitor (Boston, Massachusetts) Jan. 9, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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