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 n.— «This is now an opportunity to revisit that and to support those communities that will not automatically be included. We have commonly referred to it as “pepperpotting” in the past, but it is looking after those deprived communities that are not in the area of west Wales and the Valleys.» —“Wales short changed on state aid regime” by Alun Cairns Conservative Party (U.K.) Nov. 23, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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