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 v.— «It anticipated the whole Jayson Blair imbroglio by a good 15 years with a thriller about a reporter who gets burned making up—or “piping,” in David Freeman’s parlance—a New York magazine article about a pimp. » —“In the end, Hollywood story works” by David Kipen San Francisco Chronicle May 11, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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